Who says write men can't jump? In potentially the highest-paying scripter deal ever, Brandon Camp and Mike Thompson, two writers who've yet to have a screenplay produced, have restructured their…
UPN flagship WWOR will shift programming gears in latenight next month, trading gab in favor of guffaws for the first time in five years.
The Village Center Westwood, the entertainment and retail complex spearheaded by developer Ira Smedra, suffered a severe setback in Sacramento this week when a bill favorable to it died in the state…
Satellite television audiences in India soon will be able to watch the highest-grossing film of all time, "Titanic" by the first quarter of 1999. Other U.S. hits like "Anastasia" are also in the…
Rules for next year's Oscars are being distributed this week to the 5,460 voting members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences.
"Farm Aid," the annual 6-hour benefit concert for family farmers, will move from CBS Cable's the Nashville Network to its smaller sister channel, Country Music Television.
In the face of increasingly dire financial forecasts for the long-troubled studio, MGM has halted all TV series development, the studio confirmed Wednesday.
Imax Corp. reported stronger than expected second quarter and six month earnings Wednesday.
Group TVA, Canada's leading French-lingo broadcaster, has set up an international production and distribution company, TVA Intl., and is kick-starting its production slate with a six-pic deal with…
NBC's South Florida station WTVJ, forced to relocate from its downtown Miami home, is to build a $20 million facility in Miramar, Fla.
The Samuel Goldwyn Co. has acquired North American rights to Belgian romantic drama "The Red Dwarf."