Linda McDonough has joined Odd Lot Entertainment as VP development.
Markets & Festivals
Paramount has announced that "Entertainment Tonight" will stay on the CBS O&Os until 2010, and "Family Feud" has racked up renewals, as syndie announcements continued rolling in ahead of next week's…
The bloodshed spilling through the executive ranks of media companies from coast to coast reached New York's publishing biz Thursday with the news that Ann Godoff, president, publisher and editor in…
Former Miramax exec and indie producer Amy Israel has been named head of production at the Orphanage, the post-production outfit founded by a trio of former f/x artists at Industrial Light & Magic.
The American Film Institute welcomed a stellar turnout for an "AFI Awards 2002" luncheon that was energetic, fast and fun.
Robert Lantos has acquired a 50% stake in North American indie distributor Thinkfilm.
Scribe Sheldon Turner's pitch "Overtime" has sold in overtime -- with Warner Bros. edging out Fox and New Line in a two-day marathon of bidding. Pitch sold for $350,000 against $600,000.
"Celebrity Mole: Hawaii" participant and self-proclaimed sub-lebrity Kathy Griffin has landed a gig starring in an NBC comedy pilot based on her own life.
Edward McKenna Jr., formerly chief financial officer at the Endeavor talent agency, was named senior VP of finance at Fox Entertainment Group on Thursday.
AOL Time Warner's board of directors ended the suspense Thursday, voting to grant CEO Richard Parsons the additional title of chairman, effective May 16.