Multimedia Entertainment Monday pulled the plug on the weekly magazine show "I File," which had been scheduled to premiere this fall.
Garry Shandling could still end up hosting a late night talkshow in the hour that follows "The Tonight Show"-- but on CBS, not NBC.
With the intent to expand employment opportunities in the field of episodic cable shows, the IA has signed a modified union contract for below-the-line workers with Propaganda Films for Showtime's…
The 51st annual First-Run Student Film Festival saluted nine NYU students for short-film achievements May 1 at a ceremony held at Town Hall here.
Robert Markowitz directed the ABC mini "Murder in the Heartland." He was misidentified in Monday's review.
Paul Mazursky's "The Pickle" landed with a thud in Gotham (where it was lensed), turning in a poor $ 8,826 in its opening weekend at three houses. Film opened wide in Los Angeles.
The Spanish Council of Ministers passed approval on final details for bidding on the first three private direct broadcast satellite channels to go up on the Hispasat bird.
Paramount's "Indecent Proposal" continued to rule the weekend box office, adding $ 7,089,915 to bring its cume to $ 71,466,310. The absence of marketplace competition meant a modest decline of 29%…
The final chapter has been written in a 10-year legal feud between eight Hollywood studios and a Palm Springs resort that began when the hotel started renting videos to its guests.
Yalda Tehranian has ankled as creative exec at Columbia Pictures to become VP in the acquisitions department of New Line Cinema.
MTM has pulled "Evening Shade" from syndication, but the company intends to bring the off-net sitcom back to the station market in a month or two with a drastically different marketing plan.