ABC Entertainment President Jamie Tarses will try to woo an audience of wary advertisers today with the unveiling of her first fall primetime schedule, featuring five new comedies and five new dramas.
The ratings for their shows may be running neck and neck in Los Angeles, but Oprah Winfrey remained queen of the Emmys over her chief daytime talk rival Rosie O'Donnell in non-televised Daytime Emmy…
Alan Menken, Alan Silvestri, Mark Mancina and Jerry Goldsmith were among those honored by performing rights org Broadcast Music Inc. for scribbling or scoring music for the years' top films and TV…
Kushner-Locke Co. finished the second quarter in the black despite an absence of new feature films and only two network TV episodes, the company reported Friday.
Chris Lee has been promoted to president of production at TriStar Pictures. At the same time, Columbia Pictures president of production Barry Josephson has decided to leave the studio to become a…
King World Prods. is close to finalizing negotiations with veteran TV exec Jules Haimovitz to take over the COO post left open since Stephen W. Palley ankled the company last fall.
The largest entertainment consortium in the Spanish-speaking world, Televisa, closed the sale of its stake in satellite operator PanAmSat to Hughes Communications Friday.
Once again, Congress is using prospective revenue from spectrum auctions to fill billion-dollar holes in the budget deficit.
Jim Cameron's "Titanic," whose mega-budget is growing day by day, has been moved completely out of July. Speculation is that it will be released sometime in the fourth quarter as previously reported…
With MGM acquiring Metromedia's production and distribution assets, the futures of Motion Picture Corp. of America founders Brad Krevoy and Steve Stabler are uncertain.
A Hamburg court has ordered CLT-UFA to stop distributing an analysis of Munich-based ProSieben Media AG.