Confirming Hollywood's love affair with the cell phone, Columbia TriStar Interactive has fired up the first wireless film Web site to promote the Feb. 18 release of "Hanging Up."
"Dharma & Greg" and "The X-Files" received kudos Thursday at the ninth annual Environmental Media Awards, held at the Beverly Hilton.
Steven Spielberg may soon make some magic of his own, reportedly opting to make J.K. Rowling's "Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone" his next project.
Billie Neal, a film, TV and legit character actress, died of cancer in Los Angeles on Dec. 27. She was 44. Born Gwendolyn Williams in Little Rock, Ark., she studied acting with the Neighborhood…
Reed Elsevier, parent company of Daily Variety, announced the appointment Thursday of Marc Teren as chief executive officer of Cahners Business Information, which publishes Daily Variety, among other…
More German stock coin is being pumped into the North American production industry.
In its first licensing pact with an Internet tune distrib, Warner Music Group will fuel Launch Media with its entire catalog of musicvideos.
Gay and lesbian org Outfest, founder of Los Angeles' largest film fest, has unveiled its 2000 slate of pic screenings and events.
HBO will present its third annual Short Film Award showcasing up-and-coming black filmmakers, during the Acapulco Black Film Festival.
MTV Networks has tapped Alfredo Richard VP of corporate communications and public responsibility. He replaces Jeannie Kedas, who recently moved over to MTV's programming publicity department.