Peter Schlessel has been named president of Columbia Pictures, and Doug Belgrad and Matt Tolmach have been tapped co-prexys of production.
Markets & Festivals
DreamWorks Pictures has picked up FilmEngine action thriller "Wish You Were Here" as a starring vehicle for Josh Hartnett.
The 45th annual Grammy Awards will be the first major awards show to be broadcast in High Definition TV and 5.1 surround sound.
Producer and record exec Jermaine Dupri has landed at Arista Records, inking a deal to move his So So Def Recordings imprint into the Arista fold.
Growing pains, glitz and an ambitious survey of world cinema characterized the opening days of the 14th edition of the Palm Springs Film Festival.
FX's premiere episode of "The Shield" collared more viewers in key demos than any other program on basic cable last week.
The power of primetime football as a ratings weapon was demonstrated again last week, as CBS and Fox surged thanks to postseason pigskin action while ABC drooped without it.
In what insiders described as an "organizational tweak" at AOL, the online unit chairman Jon Miller has shifted managerial bodies around in an effort to kickstart a turn-around at the ailing online…
Spanish-language TV advertising will outpace the overall broadcast market by a wide margin this year, according to data released Tuesday by tracking firm CMR/TNS.
The Rhode Island Intl. Film Festival has announced a call for entries for its seventh annual fest, set for August 5-10, in Providence.