Alliance Communications announced Thursday that it has kicked off Toronto lensing on "Family of Cops III," the latest installment in the series of suspense vidpics toplining Charles Bronson.
The Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers is having a busy week: The White Plains, N.Y.-based organization has named 13 new fellows and has also announced which 17 of their number will…
The Hispanic cable network Galavision will launch Si-TV, a one-hour weekly programming block that the web claims represents the first TV service designed for English dominant/bilingual Latinos, on…
EchoStar Communications Corp. on Sunday will launch its third satellite (EchoStar III) from Cape Canaveral Air Station in Florida, allowing the satcaster to expand its channel offerings via the Dish…
Fox Worldwide's newly acquired Intl. Family Entertainment (IFE) has sold off its 80% stake in the Fit TV cable network to Fox's joint programming venture with Liberty Networks.
Phoenix Pictures has formed a joint venture with Robert Rehme to produce TV movies.
Based on a novel by attorney Alan Dershowitz, who's concocted rich, involving characters and some admirably complicated plotting, "The Advocate's Devil" is an attention-getting winner under the…
Sharon Lawrence emotes in first-class fashion and Giancarlo Esposito projects a vigorous and poignant characterization in a prisoner's-hostage exercise by Philip M. Rosenberg. Directed efficiently by…
Pacific Bell Digital TV, which launched its Southern California wireless system on June 1, has passed the 10,000-subscriber mark in its limited distribution area around Torrance, northern Orange…
Now that TV's new content-based rating system is up and running without NBC, Washington culture warriors said they are going to hit the Peacock web where it counts --- in affiliate relations.