Robert Pisano is vice chairman of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc. His title was incorrect in Wednesday’s story.
Canadian Satellite Communications Inc. began distributing Boston's independent television superstation WSBK to cable operators in the United States on Tuesday, taking over from Advanced Entertainment…
Adding earthquakes to the list of film projects based on natural disasters, the Avnet-Kerner Co. has optioned Peter Hernon's quake novel "8.4" for a four-hour miniseries for NBC.
Abbie Charette has been upped to vice president of production at Saban Entertainment, reporting to Lance Robbins, president of motion pictures and TV.
The annual upfront ad market neared the finish line Tuesday, and with just a handful of business remaining to be done, estimates show the six broadcast networks will come at a shade over $6 billion…
Universal's "The Lost World: Jurassic Park" will not end up on pay TV, at least not for the next dozen years.
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Disney Telefilms has signed Mia Farrow to star in a two-hour "The Wonderful World of Disney" Sunday telepic for ABC.
Allegro Films president Tom Berry is leaving his position at the Montreal-based film production outfit at the end of July, but he is not cutting his ties to Allegro and its owners, Coscient Group.
Humbled ABC execs struck a proper note at the opening of the Alphabet web's summer affiliates meeting here Tuesday, and station execs seemed surprisingly mild in their reactions to a dismal primetime…