Former USA Network reality chief Chris Sloan has been talking to CBS about a senior post in the Eye's alternative programming department.
“Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle” was produced on a $9 million budget. Information was incorrect in Monday’s paper. * * * Gemstar-TV Guide’s consumer electronics licensing segment generated…
The satellite pay television business continues to eat cable TV's lunch -- and is eyeing its dinner as well.
Roadside Attractions will hold a special screening of gay marriage doc "Tying the Knot" for delegates of the Republic National Convention. Roadside has partnered with Ed Koch, chairman of the…
If the other shoe won't fall at Miramax Films, the media would be happy to yank it off. Back in June, some papers announced imminent pinkslips at Miramax. If not this Friday, then certainly the next…
Several of TV's main events -- including the Golden Globes, American Music Awards and "Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve -- have found a new home. Peter Guber's Mandalay Entertainment has bought…
Feature heavyweight Mark Gordon ("The Day After Tomorrow") is amping up on the small-screen front, tapping former Showtime development exec Deborah Spera to head his company's TV arm.
Cartoon Network is jumping into the anklebiter biz, aligning with Time Warner sib Warner Bros. Television Group on a weekday morning franchise aimed at the preschool set.
And the Academy presidency goes to… Tonight marks the annual election of officers at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, with the new board of governors voting on its executives.
Laconic actor Michael Caton was named Australian star of the year Tuesday night at the opening of the Australian Intl. Movie Convention.
The Untitled Ted Griffin Project is now the untitled Rob Reiner project. Tyro helmer Griffin has been replaced by Reiner as the director of the Warner Bros. Pictures romantic comedy starring Jennifer…