Saturation TV coverage of the Iraq war had a negligible effect on cinema going overseas over the weekend as one London-based distrib opined that warm, sunny spring weather in the U.K. and Europe had…
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Project ALS will bestow its David Niven Award upon Brad Grey for the producer-manager's contributions and leadership in the fight against Lou Gehrig's disease.
Lisa Berger, who formerly served as exec VP of Fox Alternative Studios, has made an early departure from her producing deal at Basic Elements.
Reprise! has announced is 2003-04 season. L.A.'s musicals-in-concert series will present Rodgers & Hart's "Babes in Arms" (Sept. 9-21); "Kismet" (Jan. 20-Feb. 1), with music by Borodin; and Sondheim…
No further execs pulled out of the Mip TV mart here on Sunday, according to Reed Midem director of television Rene Peres, despite worldwide travel warnings as the U.S.-led war in Iraq continued.
Pointing to the war in Iraq, the Natl. Assn. of Broadcast Employees and Technicians and ABC have agreed to suspend negotiations for a month and extend the current contract.
In a crafty move that ducked taxes and monetized an asset he no longer wants -- a 4% stake in AOL Time Warner -- John Malone's Liberty Media sold $1.5 billion in convertible bonds Friday.
For U.S. news networks, the decision whether to air gruesome footage of dead American servicemen in an Iraqi morgue revealed the complexities emerging as the U.S. war on Iraq intensifies. The footage…
USA Network announced Friday that it has deleted a graphic scene from Sept. 11, 2001, in its upcoming Rudy Giuliani biopic.
Management consultancy KPMG Intl. has predicted better times for embattled Bollywood, saying India's ailing film industry is expected to return to profitability in the next 18-24 months.