Black Entertainment Television, the U.S. cabler specializing in African-American culture, has made its first step into the international market by taking a 40% stake in the new London cable service…
THE CABLE TV NETWORKS kick off their three days of the twice-annual Television Critics Assn. tour today in Universal City. Welcome to a nightmare, TV editor-style …
ITC Entertainment Group has acquired North American video and television rights to "Tom and Viv," starring Willem Dafoe and Miranda Richardson.
A New Zealand production company has sued the producers of the film "Point Break" for allegedly basing the movie on a screenplay it owns.
A romantic comedy starring Tea Leoni, a sci-fi thriller co-exec produced by Kiefer Sutherland and a film about runaway parents highlight Fox West Pictures' movie and miniseries slate next season on…
Hearst New Media & Technology head Alfred C. Sikes has brought aboard one of his former FCC aides, Charles G. Schott, as VP of the unit, also hiring Cella M. Irvine in the same capacity.
Miramax Films has clinched a deal to finance the $ 8 million production of screenwriter-director Quentin Tarantino's "Pulp Fiction."
Cities can't prevent apartment-building owners from barring access to cable TV companies that want to hook up individual tenants, the Michigan Supreme Court ruled.
The New York Post staggered back to life Monday after unions agreed to $ 6.2 million in reduced operating costs "to stop the bleeding" at the nation's oldest continuously published daily.
In a relaxed afternoon press conference Monday, Fox News president Van Gordon Sauter, along with "Front Page" correspondents Ron Reagan Jr., Josh Mankiewicz and the program's executive producer…
In what sets one of the studio's most ambitious 1994 releases back a major step, Columbia Pictures announced late Monday evening that director Paul Verhoeven has ankled the $ 65 million Geena…