Motion Picture Assn. chairman and CEO Jack Valenti is set to weigh in on a controversy over new regulatory proposals in Brazil that could include new taxes on foreign films and programming.
Believe the "Hype": Frank Caliendo has joined the cast of Fox's "Mad TV."
A jury on Wednesday found against a Houston couple who claimed a reality TV show invaded their privacy by recording a police call notifying them of their son's apparent overdose death.
Animal Planet scored the best Nielsen ratings in its history with the original movie "The Retrievers" on Tuesday.
Univision Communications reported net revenue of $237.5 million in the second quarter, up 4% over the previous year.
It's Election Night 2000, and General Electric topper Jack Welch decides to pay a visit to NBC News headquarters, one of his empire's many divisions.
Either there's a bug going around the set of "Becker," or it's contract renegotiation time: The CBS laffer's five supporting cast members called in sick Wednesday.
Scribe-producer Terry George ("The District") has inked a pilot development deal with Viacom Prods. and CBS.
Azteca America, a U.S. Spanish-lingo network, has finally launched -- but with just one station covering Los Angeles.
In an effort to become more cost-efficient, TNT will lay off approximately 15 staffers in its West Coast Originals group. The cuts will hit business affairs, development, accounting and production…
Two of the country's largest public television stations -- Thirteen/WNET and WLIW 21 -- have agreed to merge operations.