President Clinton tapped CBS Entertainment president Leslie Moonves on Saturday to help lead a White House commission charged with drawing up a blueprint for the relationship between broadcasters and…
The summer B.O. thermometer overseas went from warm to hot last week, spurred by "The Lost World: Jurassic Park," "Con Air" and "Volcano," plus a beefy foreign preem by "Hercules."
The already colorful litigation between Jeffrey Katzenberg and the Walt Disney Co. took on some interesting hues this week as internal corporate documents added to the court file show the studio's…
Prompted by favorable federal court rulings, Las Vegas is launching a $27.3 million marketing campaign featuring the first TV commercials depicting casino gambling for non-Nevada audiences.
Barraged with music tapes after he ran an ad soliciting music for "An Alan Smithee Film," scribe Joe Eszterhas has sealed a soundtrack deal for the collection of songs he's chosen with the rap label…
When Family Channel's parent, Intl. Family Entertainment, agreed to be acquired by Fox Kids Worldwide two weeks ago, it was the culmination of an 18-month-long process, documents filed with the SEC…
The King World/Roseanne sales express has blown through San Francisco, with the fall 1998 talkshow entry landing at CBS O&O KPIX.
Paramount Network TV has signed Robert Nathan to an overall deal to develop TV series, telefilms and miniseries.
Joe Mantegna and Sam Rockwell are toplining the $5 million dark comedy "Tom and Jerry," which will lense for the next six weeks in Chicago and Toronto.
Contemporary Christian artist Bob Carlisle nabbed his second week at the top of the nation's album sales charts with his "Butterfly Kisses (Shades of Grace)" disc logging 124,000 copies.