FROM WESTERN CABLE Ted Turner, vice chairman of Time Warner, told a packed ballroom of cable industry executives that he still wants to buy the NBC network and that he'd also love to buy DirecTV.
Jenifer Hosack has been tapped VP of Western region sales for cabler Lifetime. In her new post, Hosack will oversee development and management of all West Coast ad sales efforts. Previously, Hosack…
The Peacock has given Warner Bros. Domestic TV a "Will" to win. WB picked up the domestic rights to sell NBC's "Will and Grace" as an off-net strip for the 2002 season after producer NBC shopped the…
Newly named Replay Networks Inc. chairman and CEO Kim LeMasters on Wednesday filled several key posts on the senior executive team, a move the digital video recorder maker hopes will help propel it…
Phaedra Cinema has acquired North American rights to Santosh Sivan's "The Terrorist," the Indian film that debuted at Sundance earlier this year.
John Sie, chairman and CEO of the Starz Encore Media Group, said he's talking to MGM about creating one or more new all-movie cable networks that would draw on MGM's vast library of movies.
The formula is etched in Palm Pilots all over Hollywood: Earn at least $100 million on a pic domestically and you'll do at least as much, if not more, overseas.
Joseph Fiennes, who played the romantically and professionally frustrated Bard in the Oscar-winning "Shakespeare in Love," has signed with CAA.
Sci Fi Channel has greenlit production on "Invisible Man," an original one-hour action-comedy series created by Matt Greenberg ("Halloween: H20").
Bowing to pressure from the Anti-Defamation League, NBC has agreed to never again air portions of a Dec. 4 "Saturday Night Live" sketch in which a faux Britney Spears refers to Jews as "having killed…
Reflecting a sensitivity to race relations and changing awareness, the DGA is retiring its D.W. Griffith Award, prexy Jack Shea said Tuesday.
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