When Seagram announces today the closing of its $10.4 billion acquisition of Polygram, it will set in motion a series of dramatic changes that will rock the music industry as it creates the world's…
Sony Pictures Entertainment is in final talks to become the manager of a new film and TV production facility planned for the Brooklyn Navy Yard, studio sources said.
CBS has inked a development deal with actress Paget Brewster, who also has landed a starring role in the feature "The Specials" from Mindfire Prods. and Brillstein-Grey.
Bill Stephens is ankling as director of sales and marketing at Film Four Intl. in a move that severs the final link between the old and new regimes at Channel 4's film arm.
Logic might hold that for movie actors - come the Christmastime doling-out of critics awards and the rise in Oscar buzz to deafening levels - the more performances, the merrier. But logic may also be…
After facing a boycott from its top suppliers, NBC has backed off its demands for perpetual license fees or co-ownership of new series.
Vet attorney Michael Eidel has joined Crosby, Heafey, Roach & May's Century City outpost, further rounding out the ranks of its growing entertainment litigation practice.
Continuing to build his Hollywood resume, Luke Wilson -- currently starring opposite Drew Barrymore in "Home Fries" -- is in negotiations to co-star with Martin Lawrence in Columbia Pictures' "Blue…
The cable industry will keep rate hikes below 5% for the next year, National Cable Television Assn. president Decker Anstrom predicted Tuesday.
USA Network announced Tuesday that its account for media planning and buying would be handled by MediaCom, while confirming that the creative portion of the ad account is being moved inhouse.
Putting the lie to published reports that UA's 19th Bond installment would be the first "babe-less" 007 pic, Denise Richards has been cast as the latest in a long and illustrious line of Bond girls.