Showtime has signed an exclusive seven-year theatrical-movie-output deal with the Weinstein Co., defying Paramount Pictures, MGM and Lionsgate, which are canceling their Showtime outputs and jointly…
Tribune Co.'s Los Angeles Times is in for its third publisher in less than two years following Monday's ouster of David Hiller.
Chatter in journo circles swirled during the weekend that Tribune Co. brass could be moving to oust David Hiller as publisher and CEO of the Los Angeles Times as early as this week.
The SAG standoff shows no signs of any quick resolution. Amid the town's growing consensus that the Screen Actors Guild is not going to strike, SAG is staying in stall mode.
California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger says he would be willing to get involved in helping to break the contract stalemate between the Screen Actors Guild and Hollywood's major studios, but he made it…
The Screen Actors Guild's leverage at the bargaining table with the Alliance of Motion Picture & Television Producers began to erode on Oct. 1. That's the day the Writers Guild of America put out the…
Wall Street was unkind to key showbiz stocks on Monday, prodded in part by an incredibly downbeat analyst's report on the entertainment sector from Lehman Brothers.
Sonny and Cher. Donny and Marie. Ozzy and Sharon?
NBC Universal and private equity heavyweights Bain Capital and Blackstone Group have sealed the deal to acquire the Weather Channel from Landmark Communications.
On the heels of announcing steep layoffs at the Los Angeles Times, Tribune Co. said Thursday it had arranged a $300 million bank loan with Barclays Bank, most of which would be used to pay off part…
It began as an idea hatched by multihyphenates while walking the picket line outside of the Walt Disney Co. last winter.