The Producers Guild of America has tapped Katey Sagal to host its third annual Celebration of Diversity on Thursday and added Placido Domingo and Mira Nair to its list of honorees.
NBC Universal's troubled syndicated rookie "The Jane Pauley Show" has got hit with its third and fourth downgrades, these coming on KATU-TV Portland (Ore.) and WDSU-TV New Orleans.
Five months into the job, ABC Family president Paul Lee has begun to bolster his programming team.
PBS Kids has ordered 14 episodes of "Clifford's Puppy Days," Scholastic Entertainment's spinoff of "Clifford the Big Red Dog," for fall 2005.
Vivendi Universal CEO Jean-Rene Fourtou seems to have confidence in the future of his company.
Paramount-based Axelrod/Edwards Co. is keeping it all in the Viacom family, setting up a trio of projects at CBS and UPN.
As the fall season for niche films seeking breakout success and awards recognition gears up, Fox Searchlight debuts David O. Russell's "I Heart Huckabees" this weekend on four screens in Gotham and…
Russia's entry for consideration in Oscar's foreign-language category will be Timur Bekmambetov's blockbuster fantasy thriller "Night Watch," the country's nominating body announced Wednesday.
Mexico has selected helmer Luis Mandoki's "Voces inocentes" (Innocent Voices) for consideration in the foreign-language Oscar race.
Disney has paid low-six figures for the pitch "Hip Hop Nanny." Comedy, penned by Michelle McGrath, is based on the true story of a Scottish woman who comes to the United States to become a nanny for…
Novelist and journalist Rebecca Bloom has been named executive editor of L.A. Confidential magazine.