Yelena Garofolo has been upped to senior veep of corporate marketing and advertising for Warner Bros., where she'll oversee marketing efforts for WB's syndie arm and Warner Bros. TV Animation, among…
NABET on Monday agreed to a key ABC demand, signaling a "major step" toward resolution of the 11-week lockout, according to one web rep. In a significant shift in position, John Krieger, chief…
In what is believed to be the largest such policy ever written for an independently financed film, International Film Guarantors has inked a completion bond for Beacon Pictures' $100 million Arnold…
SFX Entertainment reported Monday that its music operations have landed in Chicago, the only top 10 markets in which the promoter, producer and venue operator of live entertainment lacked a presence.
Seeking to narrow the issues for trial, both Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Sony Pictures Entertainment filed motions for summary judgment Monday in their lawsuit over the right to make James Bond films.
EMI may acquire London Records, the quasi-indie label that is home to the popular girl group All Saints and was distributed by Polygram, the music major now being folded into Universal Music Group.
A former California Supreme Court judge has concluded that there was "intentional wrongdoing" during ballot-counting in an internal Screen Actors Guild election.
Flashpoint, the Anglo-American film financier headed by partners Beau Rogers and David Forrest, has committed $87 million to 22 new indie productions.
Big Entertainment Inc. on Monday said it plans to acquire Hollywood Online and its popular Web site hollywood.com from the Times Mirror Co. for $31 million in stock.
The board of governors of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has voted an Honorary Oscar to director and two-time former winner Elia Kazan.
The battle to determine whether BSkyB retains the broadcasting rights to English Premier League soccer begins in earnest today with the start of a court case pitching the league and the satcaster…