Some political watchdogs argue more is at work that meets the Eye with CBS' decision to ditch "The Reagans."
The ruckus over the CBS miniseries “The Reagans” raises some disquieting questions. Like the eerily similar controversy surrounding Mel Gibson’s film “The Passion of Christ,” most of the critics of…
Matthew Gross' Gross Entertainment has made a first-look deal with John Davis' 20th Century Fox-based Davis Entertainment.
Mavericks Jerry Springer, Mark Cuban, Roger King and Jesse Ventura will topline "Loose Cannons: They Say What They Mean and Mean What They Say" -- a likely hot-ticket session at the newly retooled…
MGM Home Entertainment has signed a video-on-demand supply agreement with Cogeco Cable, giving the Montreal-based cabler access to the world's largest modern collection of films.
French pubcaster RTBF is overhauling its look to celebrate its 50th anniversary.
The federal government Tuesday approved a major Hollywood technology goal: an antipiracy device designed to make it harder for computer users to illegally distribute digital TV programs over the…
Tribune Broadcasting's WPIX-TV has renewed its contract with the MSG Networks to carry 50 New York Mets baseball games each year in 2004 and 2005.
Citing the potential negative impact on similar programming, the Writers Guild of America East has blasted CBS' decision to shift "The Reagans" from the network to pay cabler Showtime.
Marcia Gay Harden will topline an original movie for Lifetime, tentatively titled "She's Too Young," about a relationship that's tested when a mother learns her 14-year-old daughter has contracted a…
The summer season really might not be so ho-hum anymore, with broadcast nets posting solid ad revenue gains in the third quarter of 2003 compared with the same frame last year.