AT&T pulled the plug Monday on its 20-month-old marketing alliance with sat-TV operator DirecTV, confirming long-held perceptions that the deal had not worked out as expected.
New Line Cinema, in its new incarnation under the Time Warner banner, is learning the hard way about dealing with big brother Warner Bros.
Nickelodeon has pacted to buy 26 episodes of the Sunbow Entertainment animated series "Brothers Flub" that will premiere on the Viacom kidnet during the 1998-99 season.
Andre P. Carey has moved over from his VP of business affairs post to take the reins as VP of original programming for TNT, where he will be responsible for developing original movies, miniseries and…
The Image Bank, the Kodak-owned stock house that licenses film footage and still photos for the advertising and production businesses, has named Barbara Boster and Daryl Devlin to the newly created…
It will be officially announced today that the news department at KCBS --- which in November created a firestorm with its investigative series about unsanitary conditions in L.A. County restaurants…
Fleetwood Mac is calling it quits on its current tour, despite continuing fan interest. The members of the reunited band would like to continue touring, but sources said keyboardist Christine McVie…
Miramax Films' genre banner Dimension Films and Cary Brokaw's Avenue Pictures have acquired theatrical rights to Brian Michael Bendis' "AKA Goldfish," an urban crime drama comic book series, and its…
ProSieben Media AG's pretax profits rose 26% to DM125 million ($71 million) in the first nine months of 1997, the company reported Friday.
Suffering from a box office slump, Warner Bros. performed self-surgery Tuesday afternoon, firing Chris Pula, president of domestic theatrical marketing, after less than a year on the job.
In a busy frame full of surprises at the overseas box office, "Men in Black" finished its foreign campaign in fine style.
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