New Yorker fiction and literary editor Bill Buford is stepping down from that post, where he presides over what many regard as the premier platform for American fiction.
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To the Editor: Your apt and appropriate description of Donald Wildmon as a “strident evangelical” (“FCC: Anti-Choice,” Sept. 18) was right on the mark. Keep up the good work. It is appalling that a…
Six top film music execs will be saluted Thursday at the City of Hope's annual Music & Entertainment Industry Spirit of Life gala dinner.
To the Editor: After drying up the foreign markets and the insurance industry, Hollywood wants to know the next source of “other people’s money.” Apparently, it is the ad agencies and their deep…
Is the film producer extinct? No, but clearly endangered. As evidence, survey the list of 18 producer credits adorning the new thriller “Narc” emerging from Paramount and Lions Gate. Producer credits…
Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) introduced legislation Tuesday that would help smaller media companies compete with the big guns in going after attractive new opportunities.
Most companies, and corporate officers, have a bent for rewriting history. The back-stories of some of America’s oldest companies have been sanitized over the years to banish violence surrounding…
Organizers of Milan film market Mifed announced Tuesday that after last year's low-profile, no-frills edition, which took place a few weeks after 9/11, the 2002 mart will be "a winning event."
"Anna Nicole Smith" has found a home in the U.K. Sky One, the flagship channel of Rupert Murdoch's satcaster BSkyB, has snapped up the reality sitcom in a deal inked late last week at the Mipcom TV…
Tempted by the prospect of Angelina Jolie howling at the moon, Warner Bros. has optioned the Kelley Armstrong novel "Bitten," with Jolie attached and Industry Entertainment producing under its new…
Jeffrey Godsick has been promoted beyond promotion, rising to exec VP of marketing for Twentieth Century Fox -- a move that expands the exec's current purview.