Caesars Palace has inked a deal with WB Television to serve as the exclusive backdrop for the new TV series "The Strip," the first skein in several years to be based solely in Vegas.
The cast of HBO's "Sex and the City," actress Camryn Manheim and producers Norman Lear and Bud Yorkin will be among the recipients of Women in Film's Lucy Award for Innovation in Television on Sept…
Michael J. Fox and his new “Spin City” co-star Heather Locklear have been set as presenters on next month’s Emmycast. Fox is up again this year for comedy actor honors, his fourth consecutive…
Universal Music Publishing has tapped industry vet Tom Sturges as exec veep of creative affairs.
Natalie Wood will be the subject of an extensive retrospective at the American Cinematheque in Los Angeles from Sept. 2-12.
Screening a film at the Venice Film Festival is something like visiting long-lost Italian relatives. You can count on plenty of enthusiasm and, if all goes well, an embrace con gusto. It's a…
Twentieth Century Fox has upped Ann J. Thompson to vice president of international marketing, based in Los Angeles.
Channel 5, the U.K.'s fifth terrestrial TV channel, predicts it will achieve its first full-year operating profit in the year 2000 -- with profits estimated in excess of £10 million ($16 million).
Fran Shea, the acting president of E! who reorganized the company's executive reporting structure and was expected by many to inherit the permanent E! president job, is ankling after nine months.
In its second major online investment in as many days, CBS Corp. has added Jobs.com to its 'Net holdings, taking a 38% stake in the local job-search Web site.
The New York office of the Directors Guild of America has announced the winners of its 1999 East Coast Student Film Awards for African-American, Asian-American, Latino and women filmmakers.
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