Fox Broadcasting Co. closed out the February sweeps on a high note, "Tom" got off to an OK start and ABC's final installment of "Heaven and Hell" went down in flames, according to Nielsen results for…
Helga Stephenson has resigned as executive director of the Toronto Intl. Film Festival, to pursue personal interests.
IMAX Corp. completed its merger with the Trumbull Co., bringing together innovators in large-format film and special effects, in a $ 100 million deal. WGIM Acquisition Corp. acquired both companies…
Disney scored a major coup late last week by landing rights to distribute a remake of the 1947 film "The Bishop's Wife," a light comedy about an angel who helps a bishop build a church. Samuel…
CineAsia, the first major convention for the cinema industry in the Asia Pacific region, will be staged Jan. 24-26, 1995, in Singapore.
As expected, there will be a break-up between Rupert Murdoch's Star Television satellite service and the BBC's World Service Television news programming -- but that split is now likely to come in…
The second uptick in interest rates in as many months has thrown U.S. financial markets for a loop. Cable operators who are interest-rate sensitive are particularly anxious.
The Grammy Awards hit a flat Nielsen note on Tuesday, as viewers puckered up for episodes of "Roseanne" and "NYPD Blue," as well as the NBC special "Ancient Prophecies."
Chuck Lorre has signed an exclusive overall deal with Carsey-Werner Co. to create and develop new TV series.
Right on cue, "Schindler's List,""The Piano" and "Philadelphia" enjoyed an uplift at the foreign B.O. after their Oscar victories.
Blockbuster shareholders withdrew their court effort Wednesday to block the video rental giant's upcoming $ 1.25 billion investment in Viacom, but will instead try to prevent the merger itself.