Paramount Communications said CINAR Films will produce "The Busy World of Richard Scarry," a new animated TV series based on the works of the best-selling children's author to be sold at MIP-TV.
Advances in technology are forcing the entertainment and computer companies to start poaching in each others' yard.
ABC's coverage of Monday night's Academy Awards has been ruthlessly unforgiving of the Nielsen competition, galloping to the best Oscarcast rating in 10 years.
Legislation was offered in Congress yesterday that would require tough health warnings be attached to beer and wine commercials, a proposal that drew the wrath of special interest groups ranging from…
John Birt, the embattled director-general of the BBC, made a stirring defense of the British pubcaster last night at his first major public appearance since controversy erupted over his employment…
When the sequel to "The Addams Family" opens in November, Paramount Pictures will be looking for far more than simply repeating a hit. It also hopes to reflect a dramatic new role for personal…
Two major hard rock bands have undergone significant personnel changes, each suffering the departure of their lead vocalist.
Shooting was scheduled to begin this week on "Sirens," an Aussie/U.K. film that marks the first major role for model Elle Macpherson and is the first domestic pic for Aussie helmer John Duigan since…
CBS' telefilm about a bigamist has left the competing networks in a fog, guiding the Eye Web to a dominating victory in March 22-28 prime time Nielsens.
A trade group representing the copyright interests of film studios and record companies is recommending that Taiwan be shut out of world trade talks and that the U.S. embark on trade retaliation…
Shares in Thames TV, Britain's largest independent production company, were suspended yesterday pending an announcement concerning a proposed bid by media conglomerate Pearson.