German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder has canceled a television interview with commercial broadcaster RTL after learning of the web's plans to produce a satirical comedy series based on his public and…
Scott Elliott, artistic director of the New Group, announced that Dimitry Lipkin's "Cranes" will be the first production of the theater company's 1999-2000 season. Perfs will begin Oct. 5 at the…
Tony Jonas, former prexy of Warner Bros. TV, has been elected to a one-year term as prexy of the Hollywood Radio and Television Society.
Josh Haynie, former general manager at Sunset Post, is readying to open the doors Sept. 1 to Octane, a new 12-person, full-service post-production studio in Hollywood.
New Jersey's major theaters are geared up to bring on the old and celebrate the new. From Shakespeare and Wilde to Shepard, McNally and Mamet, and with music by Sigmund Romberg and Duke Ellington to…
Former Hollywood Reporter editor in chief Alex Ben Block has been tapped veep and editor of eStar Inc.'s new celebrity news-oriented Web site.
TV group ProSieben Media has reported a 7% increase in sales to more than DM1 billion ($539 million) in the first half of 1999.
John Turturro and Emily Watson are poised to fall in love in Dutch helmer Marleen Gorris' next film, "The Luzhin Defense."
In an effort to attract writers from culturally and ethnically diverse backgrounds, Nickelodeon Prods. has created a one-year fellowship program with positions in Los Angeles and New York.
The Walt Disney Co. has promoted John Ball and Salil Mehta to senior VPs of strategic planning and development.