By Monday at the latest, Barry Diller should have two CEO titles -- with one giving him reign over most operations at Universal Studios.
Facing a depressed ad market, the Peacock has turned to the bottle: The web will become the first broadcast network to lift its self-imposed ban on hard-liquor advertising.
Universal Pictures-based producer Laura Bickford ("Traffic") has turned her attention to "Bounty," a pic based on the soon-to-be published graphic novel of the same name by Chris Sarracini.
Oh, the weather outside is frightful -- but that's nothing compared with December stress in the editing suite. Miramax is one company experiencing the release-date rush with its Oscar hopeful "The…
Packing Washington's latest public relations punch, Secretary of State Colin Powell on Thursday urged all U.S. radio stations to play new PSAs asking Americans to join in the hunt for Osama bin…
Broadway's sagging B.O. is getting some very direct support from the mayor's office. For the first three weeks of December, the city of New York purchased some 16,500 tickets, totaling $220,000, to…
ABC is going back to school with feature scribe Phil Beauman ("Not Another Teen Movie.")
The federal government has agreed to a 20-day extension of its preliminary probe into the legality of Canadian film and TV subsidies, according to backers of the investigation.
Cable's Game Show Network, owned by Sony and Liberty Digital, is bucking the industry's downsizing trend by launching an inhouse sales team and hiring more than 20 staffers.
Rookie "Ally McBeal" cast members James Marsden and Julianne Nicholson will exit the Fox laffer in early February.
Chevy Chase is going back to his comedy roots, teaming with former "Saturday Night Live" boss Lorne Michaels to develop a half-hour laffer for NBC.