Jay Leno, “Everybody Loves Raymond’s” Brad Garrett and “Sports Night’s” Robert Guillaume have signed on as presenters at the upcoming Emmycast, which airs Sept. 12 on Fox…
Steven Spielberg's Righteous Persons Foundation has donated $50,000 to NYU to support the creation of a digital archive documenting Yiddish theater in New York City.
Tony- and Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Wendy Wasserstein has enlisted two fellow Broadway vets for Open Doors, a theater education program she co-developed with the Theatre Development Fund.
Even lean-and-mean Miramax Films can't avoid Hollywood's job-cutting virus. Over the past couple of days, the mini-major has handed outpink slips to a dozen low- to mid-level employees in its New…
CBS said Wednesday it will take a 30% stake in online conglom Big Entertainment, instead of the previously reported 35% in Big's film Web site Hollywood.com.
The directing duo of Will Speck and Josh Gordon, Oscar-nommed this year for their live-action short "Culture," are developing a comedy vehicle for 20th Century Fox TV.
Digital Domain has tapped Michael Taylor as veep of the f/x studio's Digital Studio Group, which manages nearly 65% of the company's operations, including technical infrastructure and artists.
Four Native-American production companies have pacted to form the Native Films Network, a rallying effort to land more TV and film roles.
For the past several weeks, studios have been kicking the tires of "Gangs of New York," the period gangster drama being put together as a vehicle for director Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio…
Cox Interactive Media (CIM) and online digital music delivery service MP3.com Inc. said Tuesday they have formed MP3radio.com to distrib local radio broadcasts over the Web.
Just-published first-half 1999 results for Spanish conglom Sogecable suggest the company will break even in the year 2000 and move into profits in 2001.