FROM NATPEFive courtshow pilots are emerging as firm goes from the NATPE convention, leading a surprising number of firstrun strips that appear certain of getting on the air in September.
The cinematographers for "American Beauty," "The Insider," "The Sixth Sense," "Sleepy Hollow" and "Snow Falling on Cedars" have been selected as nominees by the American Society of Cinematographers…
For a project not yet set up, the Steve Soderbergh-directed “Traffic” is certainly trafficking in big-name talent. Since Fox 2000 put the Steve Gaghan script in turnaround, Catherine Zeta-Jones…
FROM NATPETurner Broadcasting's TBS and TNT have bought the exclusive first network window to New Line's "Magnolia."
Syndicated columnist Liz Smith has reupped her contract with Newsday, Times Mirror and the New York Post. Deal will keep Smith, Gotham's reigning queen of gossip, through 2002, with an option for…
Fox News Channel, MSNBC and CNN scored Monday night, with ratings for coverage of the Iowa Presidential Caucus significantly topping each news net's fourth quarter primetime averages.
In a high-octane thesp pairing, Edward Norton is near a deal to join Robert De Niro in "The Score," the Mandalay Pictures drama that Frank Oz will direct in the spring.
Nomination voting will close Friday for the 13 categories in film and television for the sixth annual Screen Actors Guild Awards.
The Los Angeles City Council voted 13-1 Wednesday to rescind its controversial five-year extension of the Greek Theatre management contract and put it out to open bidding.
Despite a 277% surge in fourth-quarter revenues, Internet music site MP3.com on Wednesday reported a loss of $10.6 million for the period.
Avalon, one of the most aggressive players in the U.K. comedy scene, has opened a management company in Los Angeles.