Longtime agent Marion Rosenberg has switched to the management business and will partner with veteran manager Bill Melamed in Rosenberg Melamed Management.
Hutch Parker -- the 20th Century Fox production exec who has overseen three of the studio's 1998 spring/summer releases -- has been upped to executive vice president of production.
A rock-bottom financial analysis of Polygram Filmed Entertainment's assets show that the company is easily worth more than $1 billion and probably significantly more, say people with knowledge of its…
Sony Pictures Entertainment seems well on its way to serving up a tale of two movies this summer with the back-to-back releases of "Godzilla" and "The Mask of Zorro."
Film Roman has tapped Peter L. Kaufman as VP of business and legal affairs. Kaufman was formerly director of business and legal affairs at Live Entertainment.
Cox Radio Inc. announced Monday that proceeds from a $200 million placement in private debt will be used to pay down revolving credit and that its $48 million acquisition of four Long Island radio…
Indie filmmaker Michael Corrente and actor David Caruso will team to bring Robert Leuci's 1996 novel "Fence Jumpers" to the bigscreen.
To accommodate MGM's accelerated international TV sales and distribution operations, Jeffrey Holmes has been tapped senior VP of business affairs of the studio's international TV distribution unit.
The Western Cable Show, the cable television confab hosted by the California Cable Television Assn. (CCTA), will be held in 1999 and 2000 at the Los Angeles Convention Center instead of the Anaheim…
The disappointing box office performance of "Godzilla" threw cold water on the bidding for the network rights to the movie, and NBC ended up grabbing it for only $25 million, a full 28% below the $35…
OK, so the networks agree the enemy is cable. Then why are they battling each other? Never was this question more pertinent than during the recent upfront presentations, where NBC West Coast…