Original Prods. has upped Philip Segal to prexy of entertainment in one of a trio of promotions at the reality shingle behind "Deadliest Catch" and "Monster Garage."
Litigation firm Fox Spillane Shaeffer is changing its name to Spillane Shaeffer Aronoff Bandlow, reflecting recent changes in its roster of partners.
Piper Perabo has inked to star in Disney's "South of the Border," to be directed by "Scooby Doo" helmer Raja Gosnell. David Hoberman, Todd Lieberman and John Jacobs will produce the live-action film…
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Wasserman Media Group has named sports marketing executive Tom Fox to its executive management team, where he'll focus on global expansion strategies in content and marketing.
"300" snagged five MTV Movie Awards nominations on Monday, while "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" followed with four. "300" snagged movie and fight categories along with performance…
Google is striking back at Viacom, claming in its first legal filing in the case that the media conglom's $1 billion-plus lawsuit will fundamentally change the nature of the Net.
Warren Littlefield is staying put at ABC Television Studio. Former Peacock entertainment division chief has inked a two-year overall deal with the Disney-owned studio.
The Kodak Filmschool Competition is again looking to draw budding talents Down Under. The Melbourne-based concern is accepting cinematography submissions from students in Latin American mad Asian…
"The Namesake" helmer Mira Nair will receive the Pride of India award at the ninth Bollywood Film Awards, to be held May 26 at the Nassau Coliseum in Gotham.
Televisa topper Emilio Azcarraga Jean stepped down from the board of telco Telmex, to comply with an antitrust requirement in order to complete acquisitions of other Mexican cable companies.
Seeking to avoid a collision with the expiration of the Writers Guild contract, AFTRA leaders have extended the expiration of the union's Network Television Code from Nov. 15 to Jan. 31.