Josh Brand, co-creator of the much-lauded TV dramas "Northern Exposure" and "I'll Fly Away," has inked a one-year extension of his development pact with Columbia TriStar TV.
AMC Entertainment announced layoffs and a major restructuring Wednesday, making it the latest in a string of exhibitors scrambling to boost profits and slash spending.
IAC Film has beefed up its executive roster, lined up a major financing deal and added several projects to its slate.
Studios USA Domestic TV has promoted Susan Kantor to exec veep of marketing, giving the marketing veteran supervisory responsibilities over public relations, special events, merchandising and Web…
The Music Center of Los Angeles County has merged its two subsidiaries, the Music Center Operating Co. and the Music Center.
The verdict is in on the new CBS drama "Judging Amy": It's a hit. On the second Tuesday of the new season, Nielsen's viewer jury found the frosh hour guilty on several counts, including winning its…
NBC is making a 13-episode commitment to DreamWorks' "Semper Fi," an ensemble drama about a U.S. Marine Corps regiment, for next fall.
In his fourth month on the job, Hachette CEO Jack Kliger is beginning to make his mark on the company, letting go Premiere senior VP-publisher Steve Aaron and replacing him with former Parade…
SFX Entertainment said Wednesday that it has agreed to acquire leading basketball and baseball talent-representation firm Tellem & Associates. Price wasn't disclosed.
The William Morris Agency said Wednesday it has pacted with online video services provider SoftCom Inc. to develop video-based programming for the agency's clients on the Internet.
With Warren Beatty drawing an Oscar night-sized media mob for his will-he-or-won't-he-run speech one thing was quite clear Wednesday night: This town takes its politics seriously -- and politics…