Columbia TriStar Television has signed scribes Jack Amiel and Michael Begler to a two-year overall deal.
Thousands of satellite subscribers lost network programming over the weekend, as EchoStar chairman Charlie Ergen called Congress' bluff and began shutting off signals to subs while urging them to…
Marcie Malooly has been upped to veep of Industrial Light & Magic's Commercial Prods. banner.
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After ABC News' "Nightline" bowed out Thursday, Fox News Channel nabbed the rights to present "The Republicans: A New Hampshire Forum," the first live event featuring all six Republican presidential…
The hole left with last week's departure of Buena Vista TV prexy Mort Marcus won't remain vacant for long as exec VP Janice Marinelli is all but certain to ascend to the top spot today, studio…
-- Miami's apparent inability to host the first Latin Grammys next fall because of anti-Cuban laws may prove to be good news for Los Angeles.
Hollywood has seduced another financier par excellence. Leveraged-buyout king Ted Forstmann is well-known on Wall Street, having invested millions in such companies as Gulf Aerospace and General…
Comic Pauly Shore will topline Trimark Pictures’ “The Bogus Witch Project,” a film mix of the best of the studio’s recently acquired 25 spoofs on “The Blair Witch Project.” Pic, produced and helmed…
Dick Clark Prods. posted lower revenues of $10.6 million and net income of $360,000 for its first quarter of fiscal 2000, ended Sept. 30, due mainly from lower revs from television series production…
On the occasion of Variety's special issue dedicated to the industry in our town, I am happy to observe that this city continues to inspire and nurture great, provocative talent, and to be a great…
Fast-rising 17-year-old thesp Leelee Sobieski has committed to star for Sony in the Wesley Strick-scripted thriller "The Glass House," breaking the $1 million barrier for the first time.