Bari Halle and Rob Harland have been upped to veepees of production for Studios USA Television.
The executive who oversees Walt Disney Co.'s Go Network of Internet sites was arrested after soliciting sex online from an FBI agent posing as a 13-year-old girl, a spokesman for federal prosecutors…
Warner Bros. TV is close to clinching a megabucks long-term production pact with writer-producer Chuck Lorre, a sitcom vet who most recently co-created the ABC hit "Dharma & Greg."
This week, the millennium arrived 3-1/2 months ahead of schedule. At least, it certainly looked that way, considering the mobs in Times Square.
Despite her lowest rating ever, "Miss America" has strutted to ABC's best Saturday Nielsens in more than a year and a half.
Sam Mendes' black comedy "American Beauty," which debuted in limited release this weekend, received the 24th Toronto International Film Festival's Air Canada People's Choice Award.
A stirring foreign preem by "The Sixth Sense," a record-setting blastoff in Japan by "The Matrix" and a Mexican fiesta for "The Haunting" marked a bullish start to the fall season abroad.
As the fall theater season swings into gear, some of the city's crix are convening at a pair of panels to assess the upcoming lineup.
Some new players are reshaping the Industry shmooze scene for a wired world. From well-coiffed execs to lowly production assistants, Hollywood's young climbers are using a slew of new Web sites…
Fox Broadcasting Co. has made early pilot commitments to a pair of major projects targeted for fall 2000: a series version of "L.A. Confidential" and an hourlong, live-action skein from "King of the…
So far this year's IFFM is a browsers' market. The wait-and-see attitude on the part of buyers is not new at the Independent Feature Film Market. But many see the recent burgeoning of festivals as…