SFX Entertainment, one of the largest live-entertainment promoters in the U.S., has bought the Marquee Group in a stock deal worth about $100 million.
After staff layoffs, a messy legal dispute and getting mired in red ink, at last some good news for Golden Harvest.
Morgan Creek Prods. seemed to be on its way down, but company chairman James Robinson is trying not to let that happen.
Gina Matthews, former head of the lit/feature department at Tavel Entertainment, has set up her own management/production firm called Roundtable Entertainment.
Winchester Entertainment, whose shares are traded on the Alternative Investment Market in London, announced that it had made $1.1 million in profits on its film and television activities for the year…
German production-distribution-exhibition outfit Kinowelt has bought up its first company since hitting the stock exchange in May.
Former "Saturday Night Live" cast member Norm Macdonald has inked a deal with Warner Bros. TV to star in his own sitcom co-created by Bruce Helford, executive producer of "The Drew Carey Show."
Joni Sighvatsson has ankled his post as president of Paramount-based Lakeshore Entertainment, a position he had held since the company was founded in January 1995.
One year after moving from L.A., attendance at Siggraph '98 is predictably down from last year, but the mood at the 25-year-old computer graphics fest has been buoyant.
MTV Europe has sealed a digital distribution deal for Poland with @ Entertainment, the country's largest channel distributor.
CBS and the fledgling Pax Net could be headed for a legal showdown over the latter's plans for a "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman" special.