The Museum of Television & Radio will present the 21st annual William S. Paley Television Festival March 3-16. Named for the founder of both the museum and CBS, the Paley fest will give audiences the…
Andrew J. Kuehn, director-producer and advertising pioneer widely credited with creating the modern motion picture trailer, died of lung cancer Thursday at his home in Laguna Beach. He was 66.
Shortly after her script "Monster-In-Law" drew Jennifer Lopez and Jane Fonda, screenwriter Anya Kochoff has pacted to write a pair of pictures for Dimension Films. Kochoff will produce both films…
Barry Littman has been promoted to senior VP business and legal affairs at Miramax. He reports to Miramax co-president of production Bob Osher.
The Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees has obtained its first contract for freelance broadcast technicians employed by Fox Sports Net New York.
TF1, France's leading terrestrial web, posted provisional consolidated revs for 2003 up 4.5% to E2.7 billion ($3.4 billion) last week.
The reorganization and consolidation of Hughes and DirecTV under the watchful eye of new owner News Corp. has begun, with Hughes on Friday announcing the elimination of 50 positions at the El…
New York magazine media columnist Michael Wolff is ankling to join Vanity Fair as a contributing editor; he will write eight columns per year on the media business.
Sony Screen Gems' hip-hop comedy "You Got Served" tackled an estimated $16 million over its rookie box office frame, but Super Bowl preoccupations flattened other wide openers and several holdover…
With Robert Wilson's new production world-preeming here before heading to the U.S. and Europe, and more than 80% attendance for the Huayi Chinese Festival of Arts, will the Year of the Monkey prove…
The Academy Award noms figure to be icing on already rich cake for "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King" and should help stimulate interest in "Lost in Translation" and "21 Grams."