The Directors Guild of America has won a preliminary injunction against a Las Vegas company that sought money from directors and actors through a Web site purportedly backed by the DGA.
Cablevision Systems Corp. has created Radio City Networks to develop and produce entertainment programming, initially for pay-per-view, that emanates from the company's Radio City Music Hall, Madison…
Neil Jordan is to write and direct an English-language version of the French film noir classic "Bob Le Flambeur" for Warner Bros.
Peter Jennings was supposed to have the entire month of August off -- but with the sexgate scandal heating up in Washington, the ABC News anchor has decided to take a brief break from his vacation to…
Broadway got a big boost from Jerry Seinfeld last week, as the comedian's five-day, 10-performance solo stint brought in a whopping $774,654, turning what would have been a down week into a winner.
The head of Russia's oldest studio, St. Petersburg-based Lenfilm, said its production had stopped entirely because of financing shortfalls, and the studio is threatened with closure.
HarperCollins Publishers has tapped Cathy D. Hemming for the new post of executive vice president and publisher of HarperCollins Trade Group.
Andrew Franklin is being upped to executive producer of MSNBC's "Time & Again," the all-news cabler is expected to announce today.
Black Entertainment Television has signed a 10-picture deal with producer Roy Campanella Jr. to produce TV films for BET's cable webs.
The FCC decided Friday to put about 130 TV licenses on the auction block, but bidding will be limited to individuals and companies who have already applied for the licenses in question.
Robert Rehme, who started out in showbiz as a 16-year-old theater usher in his native Cincinnati, has been re-elected president of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences.