David Lee, creator and executive producer of "Frasier," will direct Joel Fields' romantic comedy "How I Fell in Love" Aug. 16-27 at the Williamstown Theater Festival.
Alex Kelly has been named vice president, new media, at Twentieth Century Fox.
As the May sweeps period comes to a close, KABC is on track to dust up the 4 p.m., 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. timeslots in Los Angeles for the third sweeps in a row.
Brit comedy "East Is East" has picked up the first-ever European Union Media prize.
Samuel Goldwyn Films and CanWest Films have acquired all U.S. distribution rights to the Oz romantic comedy "Better Than Sex."
Twentieth Century Fox TV wrapped a good week on Sunday as two of its dramas ranked as the night's top programs among young adults. The Fox network's "The X-Files" and ABC's "The Practice" each scored…
United Pan-Europe Communications has pulled out of its $2.8 billion acquisition of SBS Broadcasting because of the recent collapse of UPC's share price.
"Jesus" may have bested Regis during the May sweeps, but don't expect producers to suddenly start making many more minis.
The Formula One holding company will be making its bow on the stock exchange sometime in the next year. German programming giant EM.TV & Merchandising picked up a 50% stake in the company in March.
Gotham indie distributor Lot 47 Films has returned from Cannes with a newfound interest in cinema Down Under.
The federal government can't force cable systems to remove the Playboy Channel and other adult-video networks from their programming menus between 6 a.m. and 10 p.m.
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