Lauren Holly, last seen on the small screen in "Picket Fences," is returning to the venue -- at least as a writer.
UFA Theater AG, Germany's largest theater chain, has taken on two investment partners.
A year of major changes for Baton Broadcasting Inc. culminated in lukewarm year-end results, about in line with the financial district's expectations, analysts reported Thursday.
Animation specialists Medialab of France and the Canadian Cine-Groupe have agreed to a four-year co-production deal that likely will yield two computer-generated theatrical toon pics and two spinoff…
DreamWorks is in late-stage talks to acquire Don Rhymer's spec "Loud and Clear" for a low- against mid-six figure sum, with Davis Entertainment attached to produce.
U.S. Satellite Broadcasting reported Thursday that its net loss narrowed in the third quarter to $8.7 million, from $28.1 million in the year-earlier quarter, as revenues rose 19% to $136.6 million.
Trina McQueen, the president of the Canadian Discovery Channel, has been appointed chair of the Banff Television Foundation.
Walt Disney Co. chairman Michael Eisner picked up a shovel Thursday to break ground for DisneySea, a theme park scheduled to open in 2001 outside of Tokyo.
It's 500 weeks and counting as CBS turned in another first-place ratings performance in daytime Thursday.
Sitting side by side, AT&T chairman and CEO Michael Armstrong and TCI prexy Leo Hindery urged the FCC Thursday to give their companies' planned merger speedy approval.
Coscient Group of Montreal announced that it is inaugurating a new rights offering that will add approximately C$22.5 million ($14.6 million) to the Canadian company's coffers.