President and CEO of Orion Pictures Len White said Thursday that with the completion of the merger of Orion and Metro Goldwyn Mayer Inc. he is stepping down from his post effective today.
Broadcasters are growing increasingly optimistic about the prospects of a congressional budget proposal that would not only allow them to borrow billions of dollars worth of TV spectrum for free, but…
Jack Gordon, the longtime president of international distribution at MGM, has retired after 44 years with the company --- a term that has spanned much of the studio's venerable but tumultuous history.
Peoplemeters are painting a new picture of Czech television viewing habits. First results since the trial introduction in mid-April brought grim news for Central European Media Enterprises' (CME)…
Indie British producer Hat Trick Prods. has inked its first deal in the United States with ABC, which will fund at least two Hat Trick pilots over the course of the three-year deal.
Insane Clown Posse, the Hollywood Records act whose debut album was pulled from store shelves when Walt Disney execs objected to its content, has jumped ship to Island Records. The Detroit-based duo…
Universal TV senior vice president of comedy development Maria Grasso has joined Warner Bros. TV in the same position.
After months of casting speculation and changes, "Snake Eyes" finally will roll with Gary Sinise set to star opposite Nicolas Cage in the Brian DePalma-directed thriller for Paramount.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. has donated $500,000 to nonprofit groups and academic institutions, HFPA officials announced.
NBC's effort to go its own way on TV program ratings could run into a roadblock at the Federal Communications Commission, agency chairman Reed Hundt said Wednesday.
Walt Disney Co. agreed Wednesday to sell Institutional Investor magazine and related businesses to Euromoney Publications plc for $142 million, the companies said.