CBS Television Stations president Jonathan Klein has decided to retire from the company and could announce his decision as early as today, Eye web insiders said.
Before sweeps viewers say goodbye to Joan, Cleopatra, Noah, the Unicorn Killer, Dr. Quinn and Michael Landon. they're in for one more week of event programming, series stunting and primetime…
During a two-hour, stand-up performance in front of 950 stockholders, Time Warner chairman and CEO Gerald M. Levin laid out his vision for the company as a "blue-chip, high-growth, values-driven"…
A deal is imminent for "Ally McBeal" star Calista Flockhart to topline "A Gaggle of Saints," a series of one-act plays penned by helmer-writer Neil LaBute.
Hollywood studios have agreed to provide "unprecedented access to their books" as a way of determining residuals owed, Directors Guild of America president Jack Shea told members Wednesday night at…
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has named Herb Jellinek to the newly created position of exec veep.
The Senate passed Thursday a bill designed to allow satcasters the opportunity to provide a programming package that includes local channels.
Southern Star Circle (SSC), the British arm of Oz producer-distribbery Southern Star, has inked an exclusive three-year development and distribution deal with Blighty producer Monogram Prods.
John Leguizamo's Lower East Side Films has unveiled its first production slate, featuring an array of talent including Mike Nichols, Leon Ichaso, Forest Whitaker, David Chappelle and Eric Clapton.
Award-winning experimental filmmaker Nina Menkes will team up with producers Andrea Sperling and Gus Van Sant for her next picture, "Heatstroke."
Paramount Classics has closed a deal with G2 for distribution rights to the Sofia Coppola-helmed "The Virgin Suicides" in North America, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and Latin America (Daily…