As part of an effort to reorganize the Warner Bros. Intl. theatrical marketing staff to serve the demands of a growing foreign marketplace, the studio has named Fiona Watts veepee of international…
The advertising revenue for basic cable networks as a category shot up to $2.48 billion for the first half of 1997, a 16% increase over the total for the first six months of last year.
The National Academy of Cable Programming announced Tuesday that it was giving special CableAce Awards for 1997 to Nickelodeon, to Landmark Communications prexy and CEO John (Dubby) Wynne and to the…
The outcome of ongoing legislative debates in key territories around Asia could make a significant difference in the development of pay TV across the region, according to Casbaa, the Cable…
Herb Siegel's United Television Inc. bought UPN's Orlando affiliate, WRBW-TV, Tuesday in the first station acquisition made by Siegel's companies in a long time.
TriStar Pictures and Mandalay gave industryites a chance to scratch their "Seven Years" itch with Monday night's premiere at the Century City Cineplex Odeon of "Seven Years in Tibet."
Twenty-four peer groups of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences each have elected one branch member to serve two-year terms on the ATAS Board of Governors, with the new and re-elected governors…
In the year following its privatization, Slovakia's Koliba Film Studio has seen the openings of three big Hollywood films produced in part on its large complex.
Nielsen Media Research is adding passive meters next year to homes in five new markets: Greensboro, N.C.; Providence, R.I.; Birmingham, Ala.; Jacksonville, Fla.; and Las Vegas.
CBS News has replaced its top exec responsible for newsgathering, who was blamed for delaying the Eye web's coverage of Princess Diana's fatal car crash over Labor Day weekend.