SAG is prepped for another raucous election following its unprecedented rerun of last year’s contest.
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Twentieth Television has sold the rerun rights to the Fox Network sitcom “Malcolm in the Middle” to the Fox-owned TV stations in 10 major cities, including New York, Los Angeles and Chicago.
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has launched a letter-writing campaign in support of pending California legislation to put the brakes on runaway production.
Thesp James Spader has been tapped by FX to star in the cabler’s upcoming take on “The Pentagon Papers.”
Vivendi Universal will disclose its second quarter and first half 2002 results on Aug. 14 rather than July 26, due to an audit of the faltering media giant, the conglom said Wednesday.
Creditor banks of bankrupt Kirch’s pay TV web Premiere look set to pounce on the financially crippled broadcaster.
Canadian broadcaster Astral Media enjoyed a hefty gain in net income for the third quarter, led by strong TV performance coupled with accounting changes that added significantly to the bottom line.
The studio consortium on digital cinema has officially confirmed Chuck Goldwater as its first CEO (Daily Variety, June 10) after finalizing a two-year contract with the veteran exhib exec.
There may be a ray of hope for an advertising recovery in Spain — media company Prisa reported first half profits of €66 million ($65.4 million), 56% up on last year.
Even though Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia released strong second-quarter results, the stock first took a 20% plunge after chief financial officer James Follo conceded that speculation about his boss’s possible insider trading would affect business.