Catherine Deneuve is poised to join a growing list of French screen stars who've defected to television. The actress is first expected to play the scheming Madame de Merteuil in a small-screen…
A TV talk-show personality was jailed Jan. 15 for up to five years for "injuring the power of the state" in Chile.
The events of Sept. 11 changed many things -- but in a surprising twist, the terrorist attacks don't seem to be dramatically altering the kinds of shows the webs are developing for fall.
The humble trading card has gone high tech. Instead of bubble gum, Serious USA's "CD Cardz" come with screensavers and hyperlinks on a CD-ROM the size of a credit card. And rather than ball players…
Rudolph Giuliani, the man who was New York City's mayor the day Gotham was attacked, says it's OK to make television shows about Sept. 11.
It wasn't exactly a double-overtime nail-biter, but after weeks of rumors and negotiations, the National Basketball Assn. finally slam-dunked $4.6 billion worth of TV distribution deals with Disney…
It's hard to believe, but the Miss America pageant actually started out as a publicity stunt. Detractors would argue that since its debut, it hasn't become much more than that, but director Lisa Ades…
Microsoft's UltimateTV division is going under the knife, with one-third of its 500 staffers receiving pinkslips Tuesday and other employees being reassigned to the software giant's television or…
Latin American distrib Salsa Entertainment is shifting its headquarters to Miami from Paris, the company said Tuesday. Prexy Lisa Hryniewicz founded Salsa in Paris in 1997. A Miami office opened in…
WE: Women's Entertainment will celebrate Women's History Month in March with a contest, "Dream It, Do It," and the special series "Winning Beginnings."
Tyro scribes Noah Laracy and Charlie Sullivan have been tapped to pen the original comedy spec "Three Day Weekend" for Catch 23, and "Fordlandia," based on their pitch, for HBO.