Christian Slater will star in the David L. Wolper/Hexagon production of "Murder in the First," which will film in San Francisco and Alcatraz Island in late June.
Interim FCC chairman James Quello Monday urged the Clinton administration and Congress to keep out of the battle over financial interest and syndication rules.
Peter Scolari has made television's version of a quantum leap -- jumping from a previously announced Paramount Network TV pilot for Fox Broadcasting Co. into a similarly themed Lorimar TV candidate…
The cable TV biz Monday asked the U.S. Supreme Court to delay implementation of must-carry rules pending its review of a lower court's decision. Cablers are fighting a U.S. District Court's recent…
Barry Levinson and Mark Johnson are making a new overall deal at Warner Bros. -- NOT!!!
Warner Bros. has promoted Eric Frankel to senior VP of its division responsible for the sale of movies and TV series to pay-per-view, pay TV, basic cable and the broadcast networks.
The rating services delivered a split verdict in Saturday's climatic coverage of the outcome of the Rodney G. King civil rights trial.
CBS has picked up an additional 13 episodes of the Lorimar TV reality series "How'd They Do That?" the network confirmed.
Miramax Films has acquired Madeline L'Engle's "A Wrinkle in Time," underscoring the New York-based indie's boundless ambition in the aftermath of "The Crying Game," the company confirmed Monday.
Four handwritten pages from Charlie Chaplin's last intended project, "The Freak," a film Chaplin was scripting at the time of his death in 1977, goes on the auction block May 14 in Geneva.
Spanish-language station KLAX-FM scored its second consecutive victory in the winter Arbitron ratings report, leaping an astonishing 36% over its fall 1992 performance and moving into the top spot in…