The latest clip job on American movie history, "AFI's 100 Years ... 100 Movies," adds insult to the injury to AFI's rep as a serious archival/educational cinema institution caused by the over-hyped…
Kushner-Locke has formed a joint venture to launch a Spanish-lingo film channel for Latin America and U.S. Hispanic markets.
Despite pressure from Viacom, Universal and other TV programmers, the U.K.'s Independent Television Commission is proceeding with its controversial plans to allow the unbundling of cable and…
Burbank-based indie production company Popular Arts Entertainment is expanding its operations, opening a Gotham office and enlisting veteran TV producer Dick Schmidt to oversee development efforts on…
Iran's 2-1 World Cup victory over the United States has failed to generate any sort of dramatic viewership surge in this country, but did manage the top U.S. rating of the international soccer…
Susan Molinari, the former New York Congresswoman, is losing her job as co-host of CBS' Saturday-morning news show.
After two weeks on the air, syndie newcomers "The Magic Hour" and "Forgive or Forget" are fighting an uphill battle for viewers against more established latenight and daytime TV fare.
"NewsRadio" is poised to take the "Designing Women" route to its syndication afterlife this fall.
On July 1, Turner Network Television will launch a feed for affiliates in the Pacific time zone, allowing bicoastal uniformity in viewing times.
Several actors have joined the ensemble cast of the midseason ABC pilot "In the Loop."
CBS has ordered nine episodes of the John Larroquette comedy "Payne" from Studios USA.