Producer Dale Pollock ("Set It Off," "Mrs. Winterbourne") has been named the dean of the North Carolina School of the Arts' School of Filmmaking, effective Jan. 1.
Paramount Pictures Corp. motion picture group chairman/CEO Sherry Lansing has been appointed to the board of Times Mirror Corp., publisher of the Los Angeles Times and several other big-city…
Natural Nylon, the production company of actors Ewan McGregor, Jude Law, Sadie Frost, Johnny Lee Miller and Sean Pertwee, has signed an output deal for all its future projects with Germany's Advanced…
Endeavor has recruited King World Prods. development exec Sean Perry to spearhead an expansion of the talent agency's activities in the firstrun syndication and reality TV arenas.
After months of speculation and second-guessing, "60 Minutes II" finally has a timeslot and an official launch date on CBS: Wednesdays at 9 p.m., starting Jan. 13.
FROM THE WESTERN CABLE SHOWCable's Odyssey Channel will seek to change its name in the near future.
European channel launcher Scandinavian Broadcasting System (SBS), throwing more weight behind its Benelux flank, has greenlighted the launch of Net 5, its second Dutch channel, for a March 1 startup.
Twentieth Century Fox TV has inked a multimillion dollar overall deal with 25-year-old Seth MacFarlane, creator of Fox's highly anticipated midseason animated comedy "Family Guy."
The U.S. Bankruptcy Court approved a $25 million financing package for bankrupt theater concern Livent provided by investment firm Angelo Gordon & Co., Livent said in a statement late Thursday.
NBC's national telecast of "Christmas in Rockefeller Center" lit up the ratings Wednesday in Gotham.
Screen development is going ahead in the Russian capital despite the territory's financial uncertainties, as Golden Ring Entertainment has signed a lease for development of a four-screen mall venue.