ABC's comedy development team is getting an extreme makeover, with the unit's top two execs set to ankle the net next month.
Following tepid critical reaction to the $8 million musical's out-of-town tryout in D.C., the creative team behind "Hot Feet" is implementing a series of modifications in preparation for the show's…
Broadway brought in almost $4.8 billion to the New York City economy during the 2004-05 season -- its strongest economic impact since the 9/11 downturn.
ESPN Original Entertainment will develop a scripted docudrama based on Jonathan Mahler's bestseller "Ladies and Gentlemen, the Bronx Is Burning."
Sumitomo Corp. has upped its stake in Tokyo-based film producer-distributor Asmik Ace Entertainment to 75.3% and intends to create synergies with its own cable TV movie channels and cinema biz.
Al-Jazeera Intl.'s strategy of recruiting high-profile presenters continues with the appointment of Barbara Serra as a presenter in its London office.
Creative Artists Agency has become the latest Hollywood talent agency to enter the sports dealmaking arena. CAA, which has hired Tom Condon and Ken Kremer from sports powerhouse IMG, has instantly…
How much more can the Lion roar? A lot, if MGM chairman-CEO Harry Sloan's Wednesday appearance at the Mip TV mart is anything to go by.
The impact of Hurricane Katrina on the media was demonstrated at this year's Peabody Awards, with four nods dished out to local and national stations for their coverage of the storm.
Time Warner topper Richard Parsons earned $1.5 million in salary and a $7.5 million bonus last year, bringing his total pay package, including long-term and other compensation, to about $16 million…