Kirsten Smith used to take the somewhat seasonal nature of the scoring stage business for granted.
Jac Holzman cringes when he calls his office voicemail to check his messages and hears the company's outgoing recording.
The Carsey-Werner Co. has tapped TV sales veteran Herb Lazarus as president of its international distribution arm.
In the biggest TV affiliate switch since Fox snagged the New World stations in 1994, the WB TV Network has agreed to pay the Sinclair Broadcast Group $84 million over 10 years for converting five of…
For a little more than 40 minutes this month, John Mauceri will present a Brazilian travelogue in music with the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, connecting the arrival of the Portuguese to Carmen Miranda…
After a series of U.S. roles, Minnie Driver has returned to the U.K. to star in "The Governess," which started shooting Monday.
A comfortable three-bedroom house on a narrow street in Silverlake --- pool in the back, thick cables running through the living room --- is shaping up as one of the hottest studios in town, if not…
The highest-billing radio market in the country, Los Angeles is a constantly changing mass of highly competitive airwaves --- and one that's frequently criticized for having too many boring and…
There may be trouble brewing in toon town. "Hercules" is on track to become Disney's least-successful animated feature in eight years. In fact, since the highwater mark of 1994's "The Lion King,"…
For decades music publishing has been considered a second-class citizen in the music industry, partly because few understood the business of plugging songs or acquiring and administrating song…
Given her family's ties to Hollywood, Maria Newman might be considered the rebel of the musically rich Newman clan. At age 35, the youngest of Alfred Newman's children is also a composer --- but she…