Dick Enberg, one of the best-known national sports announcers, is leaving NBC after 25 years to join CBS Sports.
Old favorites look set to outweigh newcomers in competition at the 50th edition of the Berlin Intl. Film Fest, which unspools Feb. 9.
Lions Gate Intl. has acquired all foreign rights to the docu "Mr. Death: The Rise and Fall of Fred A. Leuchter Jr.," directed by Errol Morris.
Mark Feuerstein has "What Women Want." The thesp has been cast opposite Mel Gibson in the upcoming Paramount pic.
Sam Weisman is attached to direct Phoenix Pictures' "Blind Man's Bluff," confirmed Mike Medavoy, Phoenix chairman and CEO.
Interim findings from a report on the ties between German media conglom Bertelsmann and the Nazi regime have revealed that there were tighter connections than previously known.
As industry insiders slept late over the holiday Monday, managers at AMG were quietly signing an array of new clients. Michael Ovitz's shop is rapidly expanding into new areas of packaging…
Lucie Salhany, former topper at UPN, Fox Broadcasting Co. and Paramount TV, has once again changed channels, this time moving into cyberspace as CEO and co-prexy of Pacific Title/Mirage spinoff…
Shareholders can expect CTV to move into entertainment production "in a meaningful way" this year, according to president and CEO Ivan Fecan, speaking at the company's annual meeting, held in Toronto…
Hedy Lamarr, the Austrian-born actress whose stunning beauty and exotic sex appeal sparked a string of film hits during the 1930s and '40s and made her one of the great glamour queens of Hollywood's…
A smoldering row over TV rights to this summer's Sydney Olympic Games has flared up in France, with uncertainty over who is going to foot a $17 million bill for a share of the French rights.