The Academy of TV Arts & Sciences has softened its credit crackdown, reinstating several producers to the Emmy nomination rosters.
Paramount Pictures has tapped scribe Stuart Beattie to bring Hasbro's toy soldier G.I. Joe to the bigscreen.
ICM London, the U.K.-based talent agency chaired by Duncan Heath, has finally changed its name to Independent Talent Group, or Independent for short, five years after its management buyout from ICM…
TNT has given the go-ahead to production of "Leverage," a pilot directed and produced by Dean Devlin about a team of five high-tech thieves who circle the globe to rob from wealthy criminals, corrupt…
A lawsuit recently filed against the Recording Industry Assn. of America could ultimately force the org to drop or dramatically change the way it uses its principal weapon in the fight against online…
ABC is fixed on "The Fixer," ordering a script -- with penalty -- about the most powerful woman in New York.
Easternlight Films, the Asian label of sales agent Arclight Films, has acquired rights to helmer Royston Tan's "881," a Singapore musical comedy doing boffo local biz.
The recorded music biz traditionally treats September the way movie studios do November and December, issuing high-profile releases that can win awards, polls and land in critical top 10s.
In some ways, the Korean Wave seemed to come out of nowhere. Korea's film and TV industries had undoubtedly made major strides in the early part of this decade, but few observers expected the rest of…
For years, the standard line on South Korea's animation sector has been that it is long on technical skills but short on creativity. Throughout the 1980s and 1990s, the country was a prime…
CBS News is expected to announce it has named former "Good Morning America" exec producer Shelley Ross to run "The Early Show," in the second major shakeup at the third-place breakfastcast in two…
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