Former Weinstein Co. exec Michael Jackman has been named VP and general manager of Deluxe New York, the post-production facility set to open in Gotham in March.
As the WGA strike begins its fourth week, the outcome of Hollywood's first significant labor crisis in 20 years is anything but certain.To read Variety's strike survey, click here
The real value of a good script in this town hinges not on the eloquence of the prose or the cleverness of the plot but in its execution from page to screen. Nobody understands this Hollywood truism…
Warner Bros. Intl. Television Distribution is mounting a global effort to launch a slew of cable, satellite and broadband channels offering on-demand access to a range of WB-produced series and pics.
News that talks between the studios and scribes will resume next week has been met with a mixture of relief and cautious optimism.
A&M Records co-founder Herb Alpert has donated $30 million to UCLA to establish the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music.
The ax fell at "Saturday Night Live" on Friday morning. Industry sources said that most of the show's below-the-line production staff was fired by NBC in light of the writers strike and the fact that…
In a town that conducts most of its business over grilled swordfish and creme brule, one of the big questions raised by the writers strike is just how the work stoppage has affected the lunch rush…
Dan Rather's $70 million lawsuit against CBS is "a regrettable attempt...to remain in the public eye, to settle old scores and perceived slights, based on an array of far-fetched allegations." So…
Primetime thesps are about to find out how the WGA strike will affect their own employment status.
Nashville-based Rural Media Group, parent company of cablers RFD-TV and RFD HD, has inked a five-year deal with ABC Radio Network to simulcast Don Imus' daily radio morning show set to bow on WABC-AM…