Seen on PBS stateside, "Rights & Wrongs," the award-winning newsmag hosted by Charlayne Hunter-Gault, had been a primetime staple on Europe's SuperChannel satcaster.
TriStar president of distribution William C. Soady is ankling the studio to become chief executive officer of Culver City-based Showscan Corp., marking one of the first exits of a major studio…
Fox-owned WFLD in Chicago has broken Tribune Broadcasting's grip on "Seinfeld" reruns in the nation's top three TV markets.
In the Special Report on PBS' 25th anniversary in the March 14-20 edition of Variety, the director of the 1987 documentary "Eyes on the Prize" was misidentified.
As competition in the CD-ROM marketplace heats up, strategic alliances are becoming increasingly critical, according to industry executives at the Intermedia conference here.
Entertainment Weekly calls Cuban-American TV personality Nely Galan "one of the most powerful young executives in Hollywood."
After three years of virtual stagnation, film production in Brazil now seems to be on the threshold of a new, potent launch. Never before has so much coin been made available to filmmakers.
Jane Alexander has used her clout as chairwoman of the National Endowment for the Arts to intercede on behalf of the Lula Washington Los Angeles Contemporary Dance Theater after it appeared the…
Some U.S. majors are moving fast to take up China's revolutionary offer of buying films on commercial terms.
Columbia TriStar Television Distribution will likely see New York TV stations bid from $ 175,000 to $ 225,000 per episode for reruns of the NBC hit "Seinfeld."
The Singapore season of "Les Miserables" broke the $ S1 million ($ 632 ,900) gross barrier for the first time in its seventh week, encouraging the producers to believe they'll at least break even on…