Jersey Films is making its first foray into series television with a sci-fi drama, "Titanisphere," to be co-produced with Glendale-based Creative Capers Entertainment.
Len Grossi, a key member of the management team that launched UPN in January 1995, has ankled his post as senior executive VP of the weblet.
Columbia TriStar TV Distribution has pinned executive VP stripes on veteran syndie sales exec Steve Mosko.
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Actor-director Forest Whitaker has inked his first TV development deal with Columbia TriStar TV, where he has two drama series projects in the works for ABC and Showtime.
Investment banker Allen & Co. has begun the formal sale process of Cox Enterprises' Rysher Entertainment, but so far it has met with a resounding lack of interest from the usual acquisition-hungry…
"Entertainment Tonight" is heading into the February sweep with its strongest momentum in four years.
The pace of the staff exodus from All American Communications is picking up as new owner Pearson merges the production/distribution company with its existing worldwide TV operations.
An "anti-paparazzi mood" has taken hold of Congress, increasing the likelihood that legislation aimed at curbing the excesses of stalkerazzi photogs will be passed into law, U.S. Rep. Henry Hyde told…
In an effort to reach more Hispanic viewers, CBS plans to offer a Spanish-lingo simulcast of its new Ann-Margret drama series "Four Corners," set for a two-hour premiere Feb. 24.
Domestic Film WEEKEND OF
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Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman1Weekend:$21.2M Fox / DreamWorks Animation
300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire2Weekend:$19.1M Warner Brothers
Need For Speed
Need For Speed3Weekend:$17.8M