Federal Communications Commission chairman Bill Kennard is cheerleading for digital TV to take over the communications landscape in the next decade or so -- but not at the expense of cable operators…
Computer software giant Oracle Corp. and power-workstation maker Silicon Graphics Inc. have teamed up in a marketing and development pact that will enable the companies to provide more advanced forms…
Eddie Murphy is set to star in Castle Rock's futuristic action comedy "Pluto Nash," playing a lunar colonist who fights for the space settlement's freedom. Warner Bros. will distrib the pic, which…
Film Finders has inked a deal to become an official partner with London Premiere Screenings, said Film Finders executive VP Peter Belsito.
The USA Network has bought the exclusive broadcast window to three Universal theatricals: "The Jackal," "For Richer or Poorer" and "Mercury Rising."
The Senate rejected by a 76-22 vote a proposal Tuesday that would have stripped the National Endowment for the Arts' $100 million budget from the $13.4 billion Interior Department funding bill.
After a nine-year reign as president and CEO of E! Entertainment Television, Lee Masters has abruptly decided to resign and take the $20 million payment due at the end of his five-year contract.
Michael Caine is in final negotiations to join the cast of Miramax Films' "The Cider House Rules," which begins shooting Monday in New England.
Former Carsey-Werner exec David Tochterman has been named executive vice president of Overbrook Entertainment, the company run by actor Will Smith and James Lassiter, which has just formed a TV…
Some of the chairmen of English Premier League soccer clubs want to bar Manchester United -- the club being bought by Rupert Murdoch for $1.04 billion -- from future TV rights negotiations.
Stu Cohen, senior VP of promotions and a 25-year veteran of Warner Bros. Records, ankled the label late Tuesday.