Diana Lesmez has joined production company Atlantic Streamline as VP of creative affairs, while Fran Lucci has been promoted to senior veep of production. Both will report directly to president-CEO…
Even the serious, scholarly History Channel has succumbed to Regis-mania and Philbin-itis. Starting Oct. 2, the network will premiere "History IQ," a nightly half-hour quiz show at 7:30 featuring…
Commercial shoots with non-union actors would be banned on public property in New York City, as long as actors' unions are on strike, under a proposal that will come before the City Council next week.
"Sex and the City" writer-producer Darren Star has signed with Artists Management Group for management representation in all aspects of the industry.
Broadway TV Network, an ambitious pay-per-view operation that plans to deliver as many as 12 musical productions live from Broadway in the next five years, has set Sept. 10 as the date of its first…
You can't call Paramount's Web efforts stodgy anymore. AtomFilms has landed the exclusive rights to Paramount Digital Entertainment's first entertainment property for the Web, the weekly animated…
Paramount's "Mission: Impossible 2," the biggest grossing movie of the summer so far, has finally found a broadcast-network home at CBS after a couple of weeks of high-spirited bidding by ABC and…
Standings among the top L.A. radio stations this spring showed little change from winter's numbers, while talker KABC-AM received its first good ratings news in years.
Diego Galan looks set to step down as the director of the San Sebastian Intl. Film Festival. He will be replaced by current deputy director Mikel Olaciregui. Both Galan and Olaciregui are expected to…
A glut of new films on French cinema screens -- 17 this week added to last week's 15 -- has forced three reluctant distributors to delay the films' releases.
Sparks flew in New York District Court Tuesday as judge and counsel traded barbs over software that lets users decrypt and potentially copy the digital content of a DVD.