BigRock Pictures and PictureVision have pacted to produce "Goodtime Charlie," a rock 'n' roll epic penned by Kostas Iannois and Thomas Penner based on a real-life story about a roadie who chauffeurs…
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has promoted Linda Loe to the new position of director of membership, board relations, community and institutional partnerships and fundraising.
Ken Kurson, personal-finance columnist and contributing editor for Hearst publication Esquire magazine, has joined National Public Radio's "Marketplace" program as a contributor.
The WB has given Fox all it can handle in the first head-to-head showdowns between "Beverly Hills, 90210" and "Dawson's Creek" at 8 p.m. and "Party of Five" and "Charmed" at 9.
Less than two weeks into its fall premiere, UPN has yanked one new drama and made some other schedule changes in an attempt to stop its steep ratings slide.
Scandi media conglom Modern Times Group (MTG) has firmed up plans for its launch of pay TV service TV1000 into the Baltic States, and announced it will move into Eastern Europe by the beginning of…
The fifth annual U.S. Comedy Arts Festival has announced that James L. Brooks, Neil Simon and Ben Stiller will headline the March 3 to 7 event in Aspen, Colorado.
Lions Gate Releasing has acquired North American rights to Laguna Entertainment's ski and sex comedy "Friends & Lovers" for a low seven figures, including a theatrical P&A guarantee.
Michelle Pfeiffer is set to star alongside Harrison Ford in "What Lies Beneath," a supernatural thriller to be directed by Robert Zemeckis from a script by Clark Gregg for DreamWorks.
Following the success of the Rome Film Office, which was established last year to promote the Eternal City as a film location and facilitate its use by both domestic and international productions…