ProSiebenSat 1 is going digital and gearing up to launch two new digital networks in two German states, including the country's biggest, North Rhine-Westphalia and neighboring Hesse.
Laika Entertainment, the Oregon-based toon house owned by Nike co-founder Phil Knight, has tapped animation vet Dan Philips as VP and head of production.
The star and director of Broadway's "Sweeney Todd" will reunite in February 2007 for Los Angeles Opera's presentation of Kurt Weill's "Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny." Patti LuPone will star…
With 10 nominations, Michele Placido's "Romanzo Criminale" (Criminal Novel) is the top contender for Italy's Nastri D'Argento (Silver Ribbons), the country's oldest film nods.
Fox Filmed Entertainment has closed a theatrical slate financing deal with Dune Entertainment under which Dune has committed to invest some $325 million spread across 28 Fox releases. Deal will…
Directors Miguel Arteta and Alan Rudolph, actor Terrence Howard, cinematographer Nancy Schreiber and scribe-helmer Audrey Wells comprise the jury awarding the prizes for American features competing…
The Writers Guild of America West has kicked off its inaugural showrunner training program with CBS chief Leslie Moonves and program co-founder John Wells on hand.
Solid bows for “Glory Road” and “Last Holiday” and a surprisingly strong showing by “Hoodwinked” made for a tight race atop the charts over the first three days of the Martin Luther King Day holiday…
Former "Nightline" anchor Ted Koppel confirmed on Friday that he'd been approached by Al-Jazeera before signing with Discovery and took the opportunity to critique broadcast network news operations…
New Web site Media Matchmaker is set to hook up producers of movies and TV shows with advertisers on the prowl for product placement. Advertisers can enter detailed information on what they're…
The WB is planning a sort of unscripted version of "Rich Man, Poor Man." Six-episode series dubbed "Survival of the Richest" will take seven super-wealthy youngsters and pair them with seven average…