Satcaster DirecTV will launch a Spanish-lingo service in key U.S. Hispanic markets beginning next month.
The Sundance Film Festival is accepting entries for its 2000 fest running Jan. 20-30 in Park City, Utah, the Sundance Institute announced Wednesday at the Independent Feature Film Market.
The networks continue to produce some surprising successes amid the overall ratings erosion of 1999's premiere week, with CBS' Friday actioner ''Now and Again'' and Saturday's NBC high school drama…
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Concrete signs of consolidation in the international TV biz will be visible at the Paramount booth at the Mipcom TV trade show in Cannes next week. In the wake of its acquisition of program…
In the latest in a continuing series of staff changes at the William Morris Agency, Gotham motion picture agent Craig Gering will leave the agency when his contract expires Nov. 4. It's understood…
With his "The Hurricane" gearing up to take the holiday film season by storm, helmer Norman Jewison has been tapped as this year's George Eastman Award winner at ShowEast '99. The award is given…
So how do you marry a millionaire? Paramount Pictures hopes to find out, swooping in to buy a Will Davies pitch that focuses on exactly that question for Donald DeLine to produce.
The fall biz boomed in a bunch of overseas markets last week, except for a notably lethargic U.K., as the "Star Wars" prequel, "The Sixth Sense," "Big Daddy" and "Eyes Wide Shut" delivered good to…
A lawsuit that pitted independent producer David Stutman against Leonardo DiCaprio over the release of the low-budget film "Don's Plum" was settled Friday.
Nicholas Bogner has ankled Cruise-Wagner Prods. to take a position as VP of development for TNT Originals, where he will be responsible for developing films for the cabler franchise.
Producer Mark Johnson, who's readying the undercover cop drama "Falcone" for a midseason bow on CBS, has inked an overall development deal with Columbia TriStar Television.