The Dept. of Labor has dismissed complaints from a Screen Actors Guild board candidate that an internal election in Gotham in the fall was flawed.
In a move certain to put a serious chill on relations between Fox and its affiliates, the network has decided to take back nearly one-fourth of the primetime commercial inventory currently allotted…
Monday's Florida Marlins season opener gave Barry Diller's local programming station WAMI a lively ratings boost, helping the Miami-based outlet to continue to build its brand around local sports.
Internet video stocks like RealNetworks and PayForView.com rocketed to new heights Tuesday as Wall Street raised its bet on the 'Net's ability to reach mass audiences with movies, television and…
Lending credence to fears of feature flight from Hollywood, location shooting days for movies in the Los Angeles area were down a whopping 27% in March when compared to the same month in 1998…
"Lush," a black comedy about a pro golfer who drinks his way off the pro tour and back to New Orleans, has begun production in Louisiana as an indie film starring Campbell Scott, Laura Linney, Jared…
Fox Broadcasting Co. has tapped Tony Optican as director of current programming and Matthew Cherniss as programming executive, current programming. In their new role as current programming execs…
Rare-film buffs will have a chance to see 10 restored classics -- including "Easy Rider" and "Louisiana Story" -- during the UCLA series "Out of the Past: Film Restoration Today."
The season of giving seems to have hit Time Warner early this year. The company has handed Howard U.'s School of Communications a cool $2 million, the school's largest corporate gift ever.
The smash rating A&E chalked up for "Murder in a Small Town," starring Gene Wilder as Cash Carter, a 1930s Broadway director turned amateur sleuth, has sparked what could be the first of a number of…