Basic cable as a category had a bang-up July, harvesting more viewers than any previous sweep period.
When Warner Bros. Records exec David Altschul testifies today at the U.S. Copyright Office on royalty rates in the digital age, he'll take some tough questions from opposing attorneys --including…
Hollywood may have dodged a labor bullet by forging new contracts for actors and writers, but its problems are just beginning in the Great White North.
In his first press conference in five years, Tribune Entertainment prexy-CEO Dick Askin discussed on Tuesday several new development and production strategies, progress on Tribune Studios' digital…
Federal securities regulators announced Tuesday that they have settled their civil claims against Dana Giacchetto, with the convicted money manager to the stars agreeing to a lifetime ban from the…
United Intl. Pictures' films topped $1 billion through July 23 -- the fastest the company has reached the $1 billion threshold in its history.
They're adding two new executive tadpoles to the Frog management pond. Keith Cox has been tapped to serve as senior VP of alternative programming for the WB network, while Michael Roberts is joining…
One year after putting out the "gone fishin' " sign, NBC is the clear winner of this summer's reality sweepstakes. Sure, the net has thrown a lot of the stuff against the wall, but most of it has…
ABC has dipped outside of the TV pool to find a new head of comedy, hiring feature film exec Julie Glucksman for the post.
The cable news nets milked the Chandra Levy case for big ratings in July, and it paid off.