Nearly $2 million was raised during the Neil Bogart Memorial Fund's annual dinner gala Saturday at the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica.
In Los Angeles -- a city where fame is almost a currency -- what could be a more appropriate enterprise than re-creating celebrities via computer technology? Numerous companies with local studios…
Polygram TV is pitching a syndie strip for fall 1999 that sounds like a cross between "Love Connection" and "Candid Camera" mixed with elements of "Pop-Up Video."
Twenty months after cameraman Brent Hershman died in a car crash after working for 19 hours, IATSE, the actors' and directors' guilds and the Alliance of Motion Picture & Television Producers will…
In a city where size inevitably matters, it's reassuring to know, bigger isn't always better -- at least where live music is concerned. To be the hottest ticket in a high-profile town, sometimes…
Humdrum debuts by "Holy Man" and "The Avengers" in Australia, "Snake Eyes" in the U.K. and "The Negotiator" in France and Holland slowed the B.O. momentum last week.
The event is long overdue, but now that it's imminent, there is a definite logic at work. "Fantastic Mr. Fox" is debuting Dec. 9 at the L.A. Opera, marking the first world premiere of an American…
Terry Wood has been named veepee of programming for Paramount Domestic TV.
Computer Cafe owner-president David Ebner is used to being the youngest person in the room. Hired at the ripe old age of 17 by his hometown's local CBS affiliate to create graphics, the mostly…
As the debate heats up over a proposed merger between the Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists, a group of members from both unions plans a forum on the…