A strain of anti-synergy is invading Gotham: Two competing stations, WCBS and WNBC, have made deals to acquire syndicated programming from the others' corporate family to ultimately run head-to-head.
Turner Classic Movies has latched on to a collection of restored archival films that will make up four separate programs for scheduling in primetime on Sundays each week in November 2001.
Dodger Theatricals has hired the team behind the long-running Off Broadway hit "The Donkey Show" to direct its new production, a legit version of the 1987 film "Dirty Dancing."
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Fox Searchlight's 1998 release "Waking Ned Devine" concerns an entire town working together to fool the authorities. Now it turns out the studio was working together to fool moviegoers, attempting to…
Negotiators for Hollywood's actors are creeping out onto the high wire, employing a risky strategy of leisurely taking film-TV contract talks down to the June 30 expiration.
James Cameron is considering making a 3-D movie for Imax from footage he's shooting for ABC on underwater exploration.
Sen. Joseph Lieberman (D-Conn.) is getting ready to step up his campaign against the entertainment biz, this time asking President Bush for the White House's direct support in holding Hollywood…
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Industry veterans Daniel Catullo and Glenis Gross have formed Coming Home Entertainment Group to produce concert videos.
China will loosen restrictions on film imports, opening up the world's largest market to pics from the U.S. and other territories, as part of its bid to enter the World Trade Organization.
Commercial and music vid director Bob Giraldi and vet manager Carol Case have launched the production shingle Case/Giraldi Media.