LAS VEGAS — KCBS’ low-rated “Women 2 Women” 4 p.m. newscast isn’t dead yet. The broadcast’s dismal Nielsen perf had many L.A. newsies convinced the station would pull the 4 p.m. program in the fall…
Mutual Film Co. and Pelagius Entertainment have made a deal to develop the fact-based film "Petey Greene's Washington" as a vehicle for Martin Lawrence to star in and produce with Mutual's Mark…
Jonas Rosenfield, former president of the American Film Marketing Assn., who was responsible for that market's success, died Wednesday in his sleep at his home in Pacific Palisades. He was 84.
The first movie to be made in South Africa this year, "Second Skin," is about to wrap after a lightning-quick four-week shoot in Cape Town.
The MTVi Group has tapped Paul Greenberg as veep of new business development to oversee the identification and negotiation of strategic relationships for MTVi's network of Web sites, including…
Gearing up for an awards show that's fit for the demands of high-tech TV, NATPE's Iris committee has restructured its annual Iris Awards, adding a high-definition programming category to its 34th…
CBS execs from Mel Karmazin on down preached a mantra of patience to Eye affils Thursday, urging stations to hurry up and wait for improved "Early Show" ratings as well as a final digital spectrum…
Sony said Thursday it will try to further tap into the $7 billion gaming biz by turning Sony Online Entertainment into solely an Internet gaming unit. Firm has tapped longtime vidgame exec Kelly…
Tito Puente, the playful bandleader who ushered in the first Latin invasion of American popular music, died Wednesday night at the age of 77 at New York U Medical Center.
Susan Dietz, who ran Canon Theatricals for over a year with former business partner Joan Stein, will now serve as president of the entertainment company. Stein left Canon Theatricals last month to…