"How Good Is Your Reputation ... and What to Expect" is the topic of a panel discussion being presented tonight by the Activities Advisory Committee of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences at…
Wilf Stevenson, controversial director of the British Film Institute for the past nine years, is set to leave in the fall to take a non-industry job under the new Labor government.
Tom Arnold, set to return to series TV this fall on the WB Network, will get a preseason workout next month as host of a live Fourth of July special syndicated by Tribune Entertainment.
Brian Keith, the burly, gruff film and TV performer who gained his greatest fame in the 1960s sitcom classic "Family Affair," shot and killed himself Tuesday in the wake of a series of medical and…
First-time screenwriter Craig R. Boone has sold his script "Vortex" to Warner Bros.-based Silver Pictures for mid-six figures, sources said Tuesday.
Craig Hunegs has been tapped to replace Nancy Tellem as executive vice president of business and financial affairs at Warner Bros. TV.
Deborah Kaplan has been named director of development for Warner Bros. TV's Bright/Kauffman/Crane Prods., which produces NBC's "Friends" and the upcoming "Veronica's Closet."
With production set to begin at the end of the summer, Carl Franklin has dropped out of helming "Brokedown Palace" for Fox 2000.
Showtime has announced it will begin running 19 installments of the original anthology series "Dead Man's Gun" on July 13, four months after the show's debut in an original trilogy.
Vibe magazine has agreed to become the founding sponsor of the Urbanworld Film Festival, a competitive fest designed to showcase black cinema.
ProSieben Media, the first German television group to go public, announced on Monday that it will sell its shares at a rate of between 66 and 72 marks ($38.37 - $41.64).