Another week, another purchase. SFX Entertainment agreed in principle Thursday to acquire Cellar Door Cos., a leading concert promoter in the Southeast and Midwest, for more than $100 million in…
A coalition of organizations and volunteers led by the Screen Actors Guild Foundation has launched a program to help Los Angeles schools become safer, cleaner places for students.
Director Barry Sonnenfeld is weighing in to direct Will Smith in the lead role of "Power and Grace," the Muhammad Ali biopic that Peters Entertainment is producing for Columbia Pictures, sources said.
TV Azteca's Spanish-lingo adaptation of "Who's the Boss" will bow Tuesday, marking a revival of the sitcom format in Mexico.
Jim Heyworth, one of the pioneering executives in the pay-per-view business, has resigned as president and CEO of Viewer's Choice.
Fox Broadcasting Co. has ordered three additional episodes of the reality series "Guinness World Records" from LMNO Prods.
Warner Bros. Television has tapped Gary Gradinger as veep of business affairs.
Tom Brokaw is the latest network news anchor to have his summer vacation plans disrupted by the never-ending investigation of independent counsel Kenneth Starr in Washington.
Actor John Savage has inked to smoke his third Spike Lee joint, the biopic "Summer of Sam."
The Sci-Fi Channel has commissioned another 18 original hour-long episodes of "Sliders," which has found a cable audience after the Fox network canceled it in May 1997 for low ratings.