NBC will gain a new O&O station in Hartford, Conn., in a swap with Viacom's Paramount Station Group, which in turn will get two small stations operated under local marketing agreements that will be…
Mary Parent, the New Line Cinema VP who oversaw the dramatic actioner hit "Set It Off," is expected to move to Universal Pictures as a senior VP of production, sources said Thursday.
Universal TV has inked a deal with Grammy Award-winning gospel/hip-hop musician Kirk Franklin to develop a TV sitcom produced by Ralph Farquhar.
France's giant pay TV operator Canal Plus Thursday reported provisional consolidated revenue of 6.264 billion French francs ($1.01 billion) for the first six months of 1997, a gain of 15.2% from the…
Dabney Coleman has joined the cast of Bigel/Mailer's "Casanova Falling," which wraps shooting in New York next week.
In the latest merger among ad-agency giants, True North Communications capped a long-awaited deal to buy Bozell, Jacobs, Kenyon & Eckhardt for $440 million in stock.
"Men in Black" traveled past $200 million domestically on Thursday and continued to close the gap with "The Lost World: Jurassic Park" as the top grosser of 1997.
Marking the feature-animation bow for Italy's leading film producer the Cecchi Gori Group, production is under way on director Enzo d'Alo's "The Story of a Seagull and the Cat That Taught Her to Fly."
Digital Domain it has reduced its 300-member work force by 10% in the wake of wrapping visual effects for James Cameron's "Titanic."
A&E and History Channel, which together will spin off about $400 million in revenues for 1997, have rewarded two of their top executives with promotions: Brooke Bailey Johnson and Dan Davids, upped…
NBC and Warner Bros. TV have struck an agreement to renew the web's Thursday night sitcom "Friends" through the 1999-2000 season, the network confirmed Thursday.
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