Choreography agents Julie McDonald and Tony Selznick have ankled Kazarian/Spencer Associates, taking with them their entire client roster and agents Arla Dietz-Baim and Anie Dizon, to launch their…
Digital video recording service TiVo has partnered with cabler Starz Encore Group to jointly develop subscription video on demand and pay-per-view services.
Negotiators for striking union actors and advertisers, building momentum toward ending the five-month work stoppage, proclaimed Monday that they are hopeful of reaching a settlement. The negotiators…
The quest for fundraising and the relative merits of digital and 35mm filmmaking took center stage Sunday at the inaugural panel of the IFP market "How We Got Our Movies Made: Leading Independent…
Tribune Broadcasting's the WB11 has begun bilingual Spanish-English broadcasts of "Friends" and will do the same for "Suddenly Susan" beginning in October, marking the first time that the station has…
Shares in General Cinemas parent GC Cos. sank 37% Monday after the company acknowledged it's considering filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization.
Warner Bros. has caught producer David Foster's pitch "Cold Fire," a military thriller set in modern-day Vietnam from scribe Ron Roose.
Gearing up its film acquisitions strategy to include production financing in support of its growing number of video exclusives and the launch this year of a video-on-demand service, Blockbuster has…
Negotiations between the New York Yankees and Madison Square Garden over a new contract for exclusive rights to Yankees' games are headed for the bargaining table instead of the courts.
Turner Broadcasting has pulled in new subscribers to three of its cable networks, adding 1.5 million households each to Turner South and Cartoon Network and propelling TBS' total to 80.8 million…
Hearst-Argyle Television co-CEO Bob Marbut will resign at the end of the year, leaving prexy/co-chief exec David Barrett as the company's sole topper.