Time Inc.'s headquarters will stay put for at least another 18 years, the company announced Tuesday.
Culminating several years of talks between execs at the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences and Staples Center, the 2000 Grammy Awards will be held at the Staples Center near downtown Los…
New Line's "Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me" has found a second TV home: The Fox Network has confirmed reports it will share the broadcast window with TBS.
Crisis in Kosovo and tragedy in Colorado helped boost ratings for cable's all-news nets during the second quarter, with Fox News Channel showing the biggest year-to-year surge.
The Brooklyn Academy of Music has received a $5 million pledge from the Howard Gilman Foundation, BAM prexy Harvey Lichtenstein and exec VP Karen Brooks Hopkins announced Tuesday.
It sounds like a revenge plot hatched by “The Simpsons'” Principal Skinner. But in a stranger-than-fiction twist, the advertiser boycott campaign against Fox’s “Family Guy” is being led by the…
British production heavyweight Granada Media is opening a German office, which will be located in Berlin.
Marking a departure from CAA's past corporate clients, World Championship Wrestling, the professional wrestling organization founded by Ted Turner, has signed with the agency for representation in…
Betting that tyro scribe Adam Herz's "American Pie" will strike a chord with teen auds next month, producer/manager Warren Zide hopes to make a connection with other aspiring writers as well through…
Pubcaster TVNZ has sold its 12.6% shareholding in paybox Sky and has its 25% stake in telco Clear Communications.
Gotham-based Open City Films, the production house behind Tony Bui's Sundance fave "Three Seasons," has optioned "A Dangerous Liaison," the 1993 tell-all by Baroness Sheri de Borchgrave.