DreamWorks Music Publishing has acquired the catalog of composer Billy Strayhorn, the arranger and pianist who wrote some of the Duke Ellington Orchestra's best-known pieces, including "Take The 'A'…
Henry Bromell, who made his feature debut as the writer-director of the "Panic," which premiered at the 2000 Sundance Film Festival, has been tapped to helm "The Baker's Son" for Alcon Entertainment…
Latina thesp Tia Texada will join Eriq La Salle, Michael Beach, Ronny Cox and Steven Weber in La Salle's directorial debut "Crazy as Hell," and she has inked with manager Matt Luber at Career…
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Betty Cohen, the woman who founded the Cartoon Network in 1992 and turned it into one of the five highest-rated cable networks in the U.S., will step down as prexy to help Cartoon's parent AOL Time…
The Writers Guild of America’s settlement with the Alliance of Motion Picture & Television Producers includes an agreement to pay WGA members pension and health benefits for original programming for…
Warner Bros. has coughed up low- against mid-six figures for Cary Solomon and Chuck Konzelman's script "The Inferno" on behalf of Silver Pictures.
In a mid-six-figure deal, Miramax Films has acquired U.S. and all English-speaking Canadian rights to "The Son's Room," Nanni Moretti's Cannes Film Festival Palme d'Or winner.
Steve Jacobson has joined Fox Broadcasting Co. as VP, on-air advertising design, and Brian Dollenmayer and Scott Lauritzen have been upped to veep of on-air promotion.
NBC Enterprises Domestic Syndication has forged its first "Link." The syndicator was finalizing a deal Friday to clear the syndicated version of NBC's primetime gamer "Weakest Link" on CBS-owned WCBS…
Rogers Communications subsid Rogers Cable has sold its cable holdings in Alaska to General Communication Inc. (GCI), Alaska's largest cabler, for C$28.9 million ($19 million).
An investigation into whether satcaster BSkyB has charged pay TV rivals unfair prices for the use of its channels has been delayed until September.