Kushner-Locke Co. said it swung to a net profit of $4.8 million for its fiscal 1999 ended in September -- from a loss of $6.3 million the year before -- due mainly to proceeds from the sale of a…
Global broadcasters left in the lurch by the cancellation of "Millennium Live: Humanity's Broadcast" are scrambling at the last minute to find replacement programming.
Australian entertainment major Village Roadshow has inked an agreement to buy Hong Kong-based Golden Harvest Entertainment's 25% stake in a string of Thai and South Korean cinemas for about A$21…
CBS and Viacom stockholders Wednesday overwhelmingly approved their companies' planned merger despite griping by some CBS holders at terms of the deal, all previously announced, that will leave them…
Eugene Brown has joined Sony Pictures Entertainment as a VP in the participation unit -- the studio's finance division that oversees talent compensation.
Got an interactive TV idea? Pitch it at NATPE and you could wind up with a Hollywood development deal -- and money from Microsoft.
Irving Rapper, who directed Hollywood legend Bette Davis in four of the nearly two dozen films he made during a career spanning four decades, died Dec. 20 at the Motion Picture and Television Fund…
Paris got blown away. London is battened down. New York is nervous. Seattle is shut. For industryites, the last big question of the 20th century is whether to party with the hordes of revelers like…
A lawsuit filed in Santa Clara, Calif., Superior Court Tuesday asks the court to immediately shut down dozens of Web sites that offer tips on cracking the copy protection codes on DVDs.
A top aide to Rupert Murdoch has been appointed to the U.K. Conservative Party's council of economic advisors, a move that could further better relations between the Tories and the media mogul.
A future of pics starring actors like Catherine Deneuve, Roberto Begnini and Carmen Maura -- all emoting in their native languages 24 hours a day on U.S. TV screens -- has veered off the information…
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