Working Title Films has acquired feature remake rights to the Danish short "David's Book," for producers Keith Samples and Jim Burke.
Marv Albert, who went through what he calls a "nightmare" of tabloid headlines last year over lurid sex allegations, has signed a three-year deal with the Madison Square Garden cable network to host…
CBS Sports has signed a two-year agreement to broadcast the first and third games of the American Basketball League Championship Series beginning in 1999.
The soundtrack to "Armageddon" was the bestselling album in the nation for the second consecutive week, with more than 236,000 copies going home with consumers, according to sales data released…
The BBC took pains to assert its role as a public broadcaster Wednesday, releasing its results for 1997 in a slick presentation aimed at illustrating the corporation's accountability to British TV…
Making the move to television, Jan De Bont's Blue Tulip Prods. has banded with Jaffe/Braunstein Films to acquire film and TV rights to John Case's second biomedical thriller "The First Horseman."
Samuel L. Jackson is set to venture into the "Deep Blue Sea," the Warner Bros./Village Roadshow sea-faring actioner that will reteam him with "The Long Kiss Goodnight" director Renny Harlin. Stellan…
The first generation of high-definition television sets won't be able to display cable-delivered HDTV programming, and Senate Commerce Committee chairman John McCain (R-Ariz.) wants to know why.
The week of the Independence Day holiday was a week to forget for most of syndication, with the notable exception of the fledgling daytime strip "Forgive or Forget."
A new London-based TV distribution company has been launched with the backing of Tiger Aspect Prods. and Talkback Prods., two of the U.K.'s leading indie comedy producers.
The Writers Guild of America West mailed almost 8,000 referendum ballots to members Wednesday in an attempt to get the membership's approval of a new set of strategic goals.