U.K. pubcaster the BBC is cutting 60 jobs as part of its plan to save £160 million ($256 million) across the network.
Markets & Festivals
"American Splendor," a pungently funny look at the salvation of sad-sack comics author Harvey Pekar, and "Capturing the Friedmans," a disturbingly weird portrait of a family gone off the deep end…
Former NBC movies and minis chief Lindy DeKoven is moving into series production, setting up a trio of projects -- including a half-hour laffer at CBS based on the writings of Washington Post scribe…
Thomas Gibson ("Dharma & Greg") and Katherine Heigl ("Roswell") have signed on to star in TBS Superstation telepic "Evil Never Dies," a modern-day version of the Frankenstein story.
With deep-pocketed friends like this, a show can get to Broadway. DreamWorks is helping to bankroll the Public Theater's production of the new musical "Radiant Baby."
Digital editing king Avid has released versions of key products compatible with Apple's Mac OS X operating system, led by a Mac-based version of its Symphony system.
Dubbing and subtitling company TM Systems has opened a Los Angeles office on the North Hollywood campus where the Academy of TV Arts & Sciences is located.
Vidgame-oriented cable channel G4 has signed a carriage agreement with the National Cable TV Cooperative, which represents more than 1,000 independent cable operators and 6,500 systems with 14…
After a successful 2002, the DVD Entertainment Group trade org said it will spend 2003 pushing recordable DVDs and music on DVD with a range of con-sumer education and marketing initiatives.
Intermedia and Summit Entertainment are forming I.S. Film Distribution, a company that will pool their marketing, distribution and sales ops.