Stations in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and San Francisco Tuesday submitted non-binding bids for off-net episodes of Buena Vista Television's hit sitcom "Home Improvement."
Kurt Cobain, guitarist with the best-selling rock group Nirvana, Tuesday denied published reports that Geffen Records has interfered with the recording of the group's new album.
Tele-Communications Inc., the largest cable operator in the U.S., released a poll Tuesday backing up its previously stated conviction that cable subscribers do not want to pay extra for over-the-air…
Sony Pictures Entertainment has inked an agreement with French director Jean-Jacques Annaud to direct English-language movies to be produced in Europe for initial distribution in the U.S. theatrical…
Marvin Antonowsky has ankled his post as exec VP of Sony Pictures Entertainment to reteam with longtime business ally Frank Price, the exec confirmed Tuesday.
SESAC, the smallest of the three U.S. performing rights societies, is taking a giant step toward leveling the playing field by introducing a computerized "per-play" music rights tracking system.
French bank Credit Lyonnais and the three Hollywood guilds have joined forces to hasten foreclosure on bankrupt Hemdale Film Corp.
ABC announced Tuesday a dozen movies and three miniseries ordered for next season, including the previously announced Stephen King adaptation "The Stand," which will now be produced as an eight-hour…
The Movie Network has decided four channels are better than one after a one-year multiplexing experiment in Ontario test markets increased its subscriber base by more than 13%.
Fox Broadcasting Co. has extended early series pickups for next season to two pilots: Warner Bros. TV's drama "The Adventures of Brisco County Jr." and the Lorimar TV comedy "My Girls," starring…
Upstart indie distrib Capella Intl. has picked up political thriller "The Russian Singer," co-produced by Nordisk Film and Starlight/Moscow.