Continuing its internal re-organization in the wake of the switch of regimes from Ruth Vitale to Mark Ordesky, Fine Line Features has promoted four acquisitions and production executives.
EXCLUSIVEThe FX cabler has staked out "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," picking up rerun rights to the hit WB Network drama starting in 2001.
The CBS premiere of "Four Corners" placed a disappointing fourth in homes and fell to fifth place among the adults 18-49 in its first hour, behind the WB's "Dawson's Creek."
Japanese pubcaster NHK avoided the Nagano Winter Olympics blues and scored huge ratings for its coverage of the games. Local heroes, live coverage of Olympics drama and extensive reporting from all…
Robert E. Vitarelli has been tapped to receive the 1997 Directors Guild of America Lifetime Achievement Award in news, while Craig A. Janoff will be honored with the DGA Lifetime honor in sports at…
Cablers will not be watching a rate-regulation sunset on March 31, 1999, if a group of House members led by Rep. Ed Markey (D Mass.) has its way.
Matthew Faulkner has been elected executive director of the British Academy of Film & Television Arts Los Angeles. His term starts Monday.
The country's largest multiplex, a 10-screener, has just been greenlit by the authorities in Sesto San Giovanni, on the outskirts of Milan.
In a week when NARAS' biggest event should have taken center stage, Michael Greene, the Recording Academy's CEO, found himself in the hot seat.
UPN is closing in on a deal with Hearst-Argyle Television that would put the weblet back on the air in Kansas City, Mo., the nation's 31st-largest TV market.
Producers Laurie MacDonald and Walter Parkes have been named ShoWest's producers of the year.
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