As the 18th Winter Olympic Games dawn today in Nagano, Japan, with Opening Ceremonies, the pressure is on CBS to not only deliver a consistently superior product over a planned 128 hours of coverage…
"Sliding Doors," the Gwyneth Paltrow starrer announced as closing the Berlin Intl. Film Festival Feb. 22, has been withdrawn. New closer is "John Grisham's The Rainmaker."
A member of the House Commerce Committee has introduced a bill that would repeal the ban on owning a newspaper and television station in the same market.
Former O.J. Simpson prosecutor Marcia Clark is now a regular member of the Peacock family after inking a deal to be a legal affairs commentator and occasional host on CNBC primetime programs. The…
Cinematographers from three countries and five films bagged nominations for best feature film cinematography in the nods for the American Society of Cinematographers' 12th annual awards.
The German box office took in a record DM1.47 billion ($807 million) in 1997, representing an increase of 11.75% over the previous year. More than 143 million tickets were sold in 1997, the…
Uprooting their Flower Films shingle from the beds of Fox 2000, Drew Barrymore and producing partner Nancy Juvonen are headed for Columbia Pictures in a two-year, first look production deal.
Now that the bulk of the network drama pilots have been ordered for fall, execs are starting to turn their attention to comedy development.
EXCLUSIVEMCA Records has a new logo. It also seemingly has a new motto: Get There First. Execs at the label recently took the unusual step of launching a preemptive strike to ink newcomers Free…
News Corp. estimates it will earn a profit of at least $100 million on "Titanic" once all revenue from the pic is accounted for, chairman Rupert Murdoch told Wall Street analysts Wednesday night.
Kraft Foods and Grey Advertising gave a big vote of confidence to local cable advertising by forming a multimillion-dollar, multiyear alliance with cable giant Tele-Communications Inc.
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