Lapdance 1999, the latest alternative event orbiting Sundance, has unveiled a series of screenings and events slated for Park City.
Michael Pietsch has been named editor-in-chief of Little, Brown and Co., as William Phillips -- who held that title the past 11 years -- stays at the house but drops his administrative duties to…
In a high-stakes litigation, "Mighty Ducks" author and creator Steven Brill sued Walt Disney Pictures and its professional hockey team, the Mighty Ducks Hockey Club Inc.
Scrambling to set up shop before its competitors do, online retailer DVD Express on Tuesday announced it has inked a $5.3 million real estate and content pact with Internet search engine Infoseek, as…
Universal Studios' high-powered presentation to Wall Street Monday apparently received lukewarm reviews. While Edgar Bronfman Jr. emphasized that his studio would continue to support its embattled…
Capping months of behind-the-scenes talks between record labels, technology firms and consumer electronics companies, the Recording Industry Assn. of America launched Tuesday the Secure Digital Music…
Michael Caine, Lynn Redgrave and Penelope Spheeris were among the showbizzers who received Achievements in Cinema Awards during the inaugural CineVegas International Film Festival last week in Las…
Four Media Co. reported that first quarter revenues rose 81.7% and operating income soared an additional 112.5% for the three months ended Nov. 1, due to recent acquisitions and consolidation efforts.
NBC has pulled ahead of the adults 18-49 pack in Dec. 7-13 primetime Nielsen results, but the Peacock couldn't outrun CBS in households and finished the week in a tie with the Eye. In adults 18-49…
American Movie Classics for the first time has purchased a film library: 89 pictures made by American Intl. Pictures, including 34 films made by James Nicholson and Sam Arkoff, often called the…
Getting a jump on his New Year's resolutions, "Con Air" director Simon West has made wholesale changes in his representative team.