Hoping to significantly boost its presence on the West Coast, SFX Entertainment has its sights set on the big prize: Universal Concerts, the leading concert promoter in the Western United States and…
Showtime has picked up the film rights to "Strange Justice," the controversial bestseller about behind-the-scenes maneuverings in the Anita Hill/Clarence Thomas scandal passed on by Fox and Turner.
Partners Elie Samaha, Ashok Amritraj and Andrew Stevens are merging their Phoenician and Franchise banners to form one sales company, Franchise Pictures, which will handle the international…
BSkyB has emerged triumphant in the first round of the U.K.'s digital TV battle, announcing that SkyDigital signed up 345,000 subscribers in its first four months, well ahead of rival ONdigital.
More "Titanic"-inspired profits helped Fox Entertainment Group overcome a downturn in its TV operations to post a 52% jump in profit to $105 million in the December quarter, Fox said Wednesday.
The Toy Fair briefly became the center of an unlikely brawl Wednesday as Teletubbie marketer Kenn Viselman called televangelist the Rev. Jerry Falwell "stupid" for claiming the kids' television show…
CBS continues to rally on Tuesdays, winning Feb. 9 in households with its top-rated single-part Tuesday movie since December 1996.
Grupo Televisa has tapped Sky Mexico topper Jorge Alvarez Hoth to fill the new position of VP of pay television for the entire group.
Party invitations follow the Oscar nominations as surely as the ballots. The nuance to this year's post-Oscar celebrating is how crowded the corner of Melrose and Robertson will be.
Annie Morita has been promoted to the post of VP, international sales and marketing, for Columbia TriStar International Television and will report directly to the division's president, Michael…
Staking its claim in the New York literary world, Artists Management Group has hired veteran book scout Ruth Pomerance to head up the management-production banner's Gotham office.