In a meeting with Vice President Al Gore, creative guild leaders promised Wednesday to cease and desist when it comes to glamorizing smoking in movies and television.
The video-on-demand revolution is beginning -- in King of Prussia, Pa. Diva Systems Corp. announced this week it is starting true video-on-demand service in suburban Philadelphia, with customers of…
MGM Gold, the 24-hour movie network, has announced several deals at the Cable and Satellite Broadcasting Assn. of Asia conference.
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
Corny, corny, corny! But "A Thousand Men and a Baby" will pull in that CBS "Touched By an Angel" crowd no prob-lemo, drawing on the appeal of stars Gerald McRaney, exhibit-ing gruff charm, and…
Third-quarter revenues for the Big Three broadcast networks suffered an Olympic-sized blow from weak comparisons with last year's sports-fueled quarter.
The retro trend continues. Columbia TriStar TV is out pitching a remake of the drama "Fantasy Island," and sources say UPN is very interested in getting its hands on the show.
News Corp. is plunging into the natural world in a big way, buying an 80% stake in Television New Zealand's prestigious Natural History Unit production arm.
"Saturday Night Live" veteran Jon Lovitz is developing a new ABC sitcom at Disney created and executive produced by "Working" and "Cybill" veteran Mike Langworthy for fall 1998.
Jack the Ripper comes loping again out of the 1888 London fog in yet another version of his crimes, his motives and his often-surmised, never-proved identity. Deadly dull and begging, entry imported…
Sony Pictures Entertainment's AXN, the 24-hour action and adventure channel, has reached a distribution of 5 million households in the eight weeks since its launch, according to CEO James Buklarewicz.
After a respectable test run Monday, NBC is moving the Jenny McCarthy sitcom "Jenny" to 8:30 p.m. on that night for the last three weeks of December.