In yet another wave of international channel development, two Hollywood studios, Sony and Universal, announced launches of channels abroad Wednesday --- and both programmers have action-adventure as…
ABC will air "Tom Clancy's Net Force" next year as a four-hour miniseries.
Leo Jaffe, the onetime Columbia Pictures chieftain who not only turned his lot into an oasis for talented producers and directors but also helped set in motion the changes that would forever marry…
In three short years the World Wide Web has gone from being a techie's secret passion to becoming everyone's mantra.
The gloves are off between specialized film heavyweight Miramax Films, a unit of the Walt Disney Co., and its newly energized rival October Films, which is majority-owned by Universal Studios.
Robert Hersov has ankled as chief executive of Telepiu, the Italian pay TV company that is now controlled by France's Canal Plus.
The French government agency CDR's sale of the 1,000-title Epic film library is moving forward, CDR said Wednesday, as it disclosed the hiring of investment bank Furman Selz to handle the deal.
Bear Stearns hired Clifford Friedman, a senior VP at Universal Studios, to set up a new media and communications venture capital effort, the firm said Wednesday.
Arab-Americans and U.S. Catholics issued separate complaints Wednesday against the Walt Disney Co., claiming its movies and television shows depict negative stereotypes.
Signaling an expansion in its already hefty entertainment law department, legal powerhouse Christensen, Miller, Fink, Jacobs, Glaser, Weil & Shapiro has added attorney and vet business affairs exec…
One day after Warner Bros. TV named Steve Pearlman chief of drama development, sources say the studio's No. 2 drama exec, David Zucker, has resigned.