A&E Television has named David Zagin as senior VP of affiliate sales. In his new post, Zagin will oversee all domestic and local sales activities for A&E, the History Channel, the Biography Channel…
After nearly two years on the block, historic Warner Hollywood Studios has been sold to investment group BA Studios for $65 million.
David Fincher and Chris Columbus have emerged as the final candidates to direct Sony Pictures Entertainment’s epic “Spiderman.” For years the project had been snared in legal delays as Fox, MGM, Sony…
Virginia-based broadcaster Media General plans to acquire mid-market station group Spartan Communications for $605 million, making it one of the nation's largest owners of CBS affiliates.
The feel-good factor traveled down the corridors on the opening day of the Mip Asia television market, even if buyers didn't.
Sony Pictures Entertainment has picked up "The Adventures of Joe Dirt," a pic Warner Bros. has placed into turnaround. A cavalcade of Saturday Night Live alumni will drive the project
CBS now owns the "World." The Eye has nabbed first network broadcast rights to MGM's "The World Is Not Enough" for an estimated $20 million.
Australian telephone and pay TV player Cable & Wireless Optus has denied media reports its moribund feevee business is on the market for A$200 million ($128 million).
Paramount Classics has acquired U.S. rights to "Sunshine" and has slated the pic for a late-spring or early-summer release.
As U.S. exhibs chew their nails about megaplex saturation, most foreign territories are just entering a screen boom.
Matt Davis, five months ago an unknown student from Utah, will share top billing in Joel Schumacher's next pic, "Tigerland."