As Seagram Co. and Universal Studios continue with their struggle to dispose of the remaining assets of Polygram Filmed Entertainment, U's majority-owned specialized unit October Films has its sights…
In a last-ditch attempt to lock up its sweeps win, NBC is pulling its Monday sitcom lineup next week in favor of a movie and replacing the Tuesday sitcom "Working" with a repeat of "Friends."
Warner Bros. has picked up Chris D'Arienzo's mock biopic spec script "The Jordeys," with "Men in Black" scribe Ed Solomon and his partner Edward Lynn set to produce.
Cable & Wireless Optus became one of Australia's top 10 listed companies following a stunning IPO and Tuesday debut on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX).
The consortium that wants to transform the Brooklyn Navy Yard into a back lot is still lining up financing and seeking anchor tenants, but New York Studios has decided that it's not too early to…
The Noggin will not get the nod from the FCC when it comes to DBS programmers trying to satisfy public interest requirements.
Paramount has acquired Stuart Gillard's spec script "Rites of Passage" for Lynda Obst and Gillard to produce.
Trimming its sails in light of the global economic slowdown, Australia-based Hoyts Cinemas is scaling back its global expansion program over the next five years.
TV producer Cinetel Prods. has changed its name to Scripps Prods. and promoted Jim Zarchin to president and general manager of the company.
Fox-based New Regency has optioned John Scott Shepherd's feature spec "Life, or Something Like It" for Davis Entertainment and AEI to produce.