Hallmark Entertainment and Jim Henson Co. have signed a letter of intent to invest a total of $100 million in Tele-Communications Inc.'s Odyssey Channel.
The day before Walt Disney Co.'s "Armageddon" opens in theaters, Disney stock experienced its very own meltdown Tuesday when it plunged 7% on worries about the House of Mouse's recent disappointing…
Reflecting a beefed-up presence in film and TV projects following its success with the "Titanic" soundtrack, Sony Classical has upped Paul Cremo to the newly created post of veep of film and TV.
True to its promise made a year ago, China has neither cracked down on Hong Kong nor done the city's ailing film industry any special favors.
Whitney Houston and her BrownHouse Prods. producing partner Debra Martin Chase have teamed with "Soul Food" filmmakers George Tillman Jr.'s and Bob Teitel's State St. Pictures to develop and produce…
Geraldo Rivera will host a second nightly program on CNBC when his new show, tentatively titled "Upfront Tonight," replaces the long-running "Equal Time" in the 7:30 p.m. timeslot.
Cabler A&E Network has ordered an additional 10 episodes of its upcoming docu series "L.A. Detectives" from Arnold Shapiro Prods.
Details of Russia's latest TV media holding company, Alfa-TV, were unveiled in Moscow June 25, as the venture's three partners -- U.S.-owned StoryFirst, Russian banking conglomerate Alfa and…
Black Panther-turned-screenwriter Jamal Joseph has inked to adapt the story of musical prodigy "DeWitt White" into a feature film for Cary Woods' startup film company, Independent Pictures.
Sharon Stone is in talks to topline "Crimes of Opportunity," which will mark thesp Peter Coyote's helming and screenwriting debut.
Barry Diller's USA Broadcasting has set its sights on Los Angeles as the next market to try out the "CityVision" format that is already making waves in Miami after just three weeks on the air.