Just as broadcast lobbyists and kidvid groups appear to be headed toward a final compromise on a new and improved TV content code, creative guilds threatened Wednesday to take that rating system to…
Veteran writer-producer Rick Hawkins has joined Paramount Network TV's sitcom "Sister, Sister" as executive producer for its fifth season.
The 13th annual Fete du Cinema (June 29-July 1) closed Tuesday with 4 million tickets sold, up 33% from last year's event.
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Plans will be announced on Monday for a massive new megaplex to be built at L.A.'s Howard Hughes Entertainment Center, with a 22-screen cinema and a new Imax theater expected in the project.
Walt Disney Co. stock has drifted down over the past 10 days, losing 7% of its value at a time when the broader market has gone up, reflecting disappointment over the performance of "Hercules" and…
Michael Jackson, the KABC radio talkshow host whose erudite, courtly style and liberal sensibility have defined the station's weekday morning personality for more than 30 years, is being bumped out…
The fifth annual San Luis Obispo Intl. Film Festival is accepting indie docu entries for its George Sidney Independent Film Competition. Deadline for submissions is Aug. 1, with awards presented at…
Paula Kaplan has been upped from senior director to VP of talent relations at Nickelodeon, a newly created post at the kiddie cabler that will find Kaplan overseeing all talent areas for Nickelodeon…
DTH broadcaster Sky Latin America has hired four new executives for senior management posts.
The WB Television Network has inked a four-year affiliation agreement with WBNX Cleveland six weeks after WUAB dropped the netlet for an exclusive deal with UPN.
Laszlo Czeto Bernat has been awarded the 1997 Hartley-Merrill Prize for international screenwriting.