Two telepix, two docus and a TV series were honored Wednesday with Imagen Awards for creating positive media images of Latinos.
Rhino Entertainment, whose record label brought us Gefilte Joe and the Fish and a comprehensive Aretha Franklin collection, now plans to create a film production company that will put Hunter S…
Dragged back into the red last quarter by anticipated losses at its half-owned USA Network, Paramount Communications nevertheless reported a surprisingly robust performance from its film business.
NBC will bring back the Universal TV drama "Law & Order" next season, the show's fifth. The series, from producer Dick Wolf, is averaging an 11.3 rating/19 share in Nielsen season to date.
While this gimmicky episode is only a middling effort, the half-hour nevertheless showcases elements that have made this third-year show such an enormous commercial hit as well as an underrated…
The afterglow of the Winter Olympics continues to warm CBS, helping the network win the Feb. 28-March 6 primetime Nielsen race by 2.2 rating points -- a margin of victory that equals CBS' widest…
Film director/cinematographer John Bailey (“China Moon”) has signed an exclusive commercial production deal with Brownstone Prods. Bailey, the cinematographer on “In the Line of Fire,””The Accidental…
Television stations are hot properties again. At a time when most of the communications industry is busy preparing for an uncertain future in a 500-channel universe, TV station sales are on the rise.
Cable network TNT continues to stock up on hour dramas, adding Warner Bros.' original "Kung Fu" to its lineup.
Steven Spielberg picked up another honor for one of his movies Tuesday -- this time not for "Schindler's List" but "Jurassic Park," which nabbed the People's Choice Award as favorite motion picture.