The National Assn. of TV Program Executives has added six members to its board of directors, choosing them with an eye to covering the bases of all the various media categories to which NATPE caters.
Sundance Channel and Loews Entertainment have pacted with Newmarket Films to theatrically expand the four titles in its Sundance Film Series.
A federal appeals court has upheld a lower court's injunction against Video Pipeline, barring it from creating unauthorized previews of Disney movies and streaming them over the Internet.
It was 10 years ago on this date that David Letterman moved his show from NBC to CBS, but the latenighter will have to wait until a network primetime special in February to blow out his anniversary…
ThinkFilm has picked up "The Agronomist," the latest docu by director Jonathan Demme, for North American distribution. "Agronomist" will have its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival and will…
Jeanne Berney and P&F Communications have formed P&F Communications/the Berney Group, a full-service public relations, promotions and marketing agency.
Film U.S., an organization of state and local film commissions, has endorsed a controversial effort to seek a ruling from the World Trade Organization that Canadian production subsidies are illegal.
Bargaining between actors and the ad industry has been set to start Sept. 23, five weeks prior to expiration of the current three-year contract and three years after a six-month strike.
It's all over but the crying -- or celebrating, as the case may be. Summer 2003 winds to a close with this weekend's Labor Day-lengthened box office frame, but it's already clear fewer movie tickets…