"Being John Malkovich" director Spike Jonze will be crowned this year's Best New Filmmaker at the 2000 MTV Movie Awards.
Recognizing the landmark status in TV history of a certain cable mob series, Gotham's American Museum of the Moving Image will present the first two seasons of HBO's "The Sopranos" on the bigscreen…
LAS VEGAS — KCBS' low-rated “Women 2 Women” 4 p.m. newscast isn't dead yet. The broadcast's dismal Nielsen perf had many L.A. newsies convinced the station would pull the 4 p.m. program in the fall…
The countdown is under way in France for the launch of the successful gameshow "Who Wants To be a Millionaire."
CBS execs from Mel Karmazin on down preached a mantra of patience to Eye affils Thursday, urging stations to hurry up and wait for improved "Early Show" ratings as well as a final digital spectrum…
Russia's flourishing domestic TV production scene took a leap forward on May 30 with the announcement of a merger between two top companies, producer Gold Vision and advertising broker-agency Video…
Improvement came in threes for the syndie world's most recent available national household ratings.
Who wants to be a millionaire? Sixteen people who abandoned their jobs, families and remote controls to spend 39 days on a South China Sea island -- that's who. CBS' much-hyped "Survivor" doesn't…
Paris and Versailles are to be the scene this weekend of a monumental TV production of Giuseppe Verdi's "La Traviata," with a potential live audience of 1.5 billion around the world in 125 countries.
Carsey-Werner vet Stuart Glickman will ankle his post as vice chairman and CEO after spending 13 years with the indie TV studio. Announcement caught many C-W insiders by surprise.