ESPN's signature program "SportsCenter" is branching out into cyberspace for the first time with a lickety-split daily-highlight show "the SportsCenter Minute."
IFC has picked up North American rights to "Day Night Day Night," a debut drama from helmer Julia Lotkev that screened at Cannes, Telluride, Toronto and other fests.
GreeneStreet Films co-topper Fisher Stevens has acquired rights to Jim Lynch's coming-of-age-novel "The Highest Tide" and will direct the project himself.
Patrick Fugit, Lou Taylor Pucci, Clifton Collins, Jr. , Barry Shabaka Henley, Neil McDonough and Peter Stormare have joined that cast of "Horsemen," a crime thriller starring Dennis Quaid and Ziyi…
Fox has made a big-bucks, 13-episode commitment to "Action News," the Kelsey Grammer-Patricia Heaton laffer from scribes Christopher Lloyd and Steve Levitan.
Ion Television has inked a deal to be the exclusive nationwide network to carry original BodogTV programs.
Digital musicstore Napster continued its slow growth path last quarter in anticipation of a big boost this spring after it closes a deal to get over 300,000 new customers from AOL.
Will Hannibal Lecter still have bite at the B.O. this weekend? The previous three pics featuring the cannibalistic serial killer have been worth a combined $388.9 million at the domestic wickets…
Production has begun on Guy Louthan's "The Independent," a behind-the-scenes comedy set in the world of indie film starring Jennifer Tilly and "Nip/Tuck's" Joey Slotnick.
Frustrated by the expense of acquiring content that's suitable for a 2-inch screen and inexpensive enough to support their business models, many wireless programming providers are taking production…
Time was when iPods and mobile phones occupied separate jacket pockets.