Imagine Television senior VP Jennifer Robinson and Jim Henson Company business affairs veep Dyanne Stempel have made their first foray into screenwriting, selling spec script "Hostile Makeover" to…
Markets & Festivals
Final names are being cast in this season's pilots, as projects such as ABC's untitled Kevin Hart comedy and CBS' "Joan of Arcadia" round out their rosters.
Over 4 million Japanese baseball fans tuned into pubcaster NHK on Tuesday to see Hideki "Godzilla" Matsui score the first run for the New York Yankees against the Toronto Blue Jays in the American…
In a surprise vote, Italy's lawmakers approved legislation that will curb -- if only slightly -- media magnate and Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's stranglehold on the TV market Wednesday.
U.K. broadcaster Channel 4 will bankroll Stephen Frears' telepic "The Deal," about the relationship between Prime Minister Tony Blair and his Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown, after rival ITV…
The British Film Institute has confirmed that it is closing its exhibition department, which provides programming services to around 160 arthouse screens, amid cuts forced by budget overspending in…
The Australian government has rebuffed U.S. attempts to gain unfettered access to the country's TV and film markets, but some film industry officials fear the fight to block what they see as further…
Vivendi Universal said Wednesday that a tax dispute involving the sale of DuPont stock eight years ago is under appeal at the Internal Revenue Service and that a resolution won't have a material…
Paramount Advertiser Services, the inhouse ad sales unit of Paramount Domestic Television, has tapped Paul Montoya its senior VP/general sales manager.
Hollywood cameramaker Panavision named Technicolor exec Robert Beitcher as its new president, reporting to company chairman Ronald O. Perelman, who will keep the CEO job for himself.