The Oct. 31 deadline has come and gone for private investors to reconfirm their initial commitment to a stake in Cinecitta Servizi, the new management company formed to run the partially privatized…
Wendi Goldstein has added the tile of vice president of special comedy programs to her current status as director of comedy development at CBS Entertainment, reporting to Gene Stein, VP of comedy…
The women being honored today at Girls Inc.'s second annual Los Angeles Celebration Luncheon range from the executive producer of the CBS drama "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman" to a Native American…
Cineplex Odeon Corp. reported Thursday flat earnings for the third quarter before a $5.3 million one-time charge for closure of theaters increased its net loss 145% to $7.1 million.
John Willis, the former director of programming at Channel 4, has been appointed managing director of United Film & Television Prods., the network production division of media group United News…
A recent campaign fundraiser for Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) at the home of composer Marilyn Bergman drew a healthy mix of producers, writers and entertainers.
Anglo-American acts made a clean sweep of the fourth annual MTV Europe Music Awards at the massive 8,000-seat megadome rock 'n' roll venue the Ahoy Stadium in Holland's second largest city…
Hearst-Argyle Television Inc. sold $108 million of stock in an offering Thursday, substantially less than the broadcaster originally planned.
Marcy Carsey and Tom Werner have turned the Carsey-Warner Co. into the most successful independent television production company by following their own tastes rather than riffing on what's already…
Poppy Montgomery is joining Diane Keaton and Juliette Lewis in "The Other Sister," the Garry Marshall-directed film at Touchstone for producers David Hoberman and Alex Rose.
The Directors Guild of America has announced the winners of its 1997 Student Film Awards. The award presentations are skedded for Nov. 12 at DGA headquarters.