The HBO Pictures premiere of the biopic "Don King: Only in America" on Saturday pulled down a 9.9 rating and 15 share to easily dominate the four broadcast webs in HBO homes, according to Nielsen…
Cerulean Corp., arguably the busiest digital-colorization processor in the industry, is forming a joint venture with the Grinberg Film Libraries, the nation's largest privately held film archive, to…
Eye web news anchor Dan Rather and News Corp. helmer Rupert Murdoch shared center stage -- but little else -- at Wednesday's second annual United Nations World Television Forum.
Washington is filled with highbrow intellectuals who brag about not subscribing to cable, but Harold Furchtgott-Roth, a new voting member of the Federal Communications Commission, takes it one step…
Jeff Golenberg has joined the management and production firm 3 Arts Entertainment as a talent manager.
Stock in cable giant Tele-Communications Inc. hit a 52-week high Thursday after the company said it planned a stock buyback program valued at about $650 million.
Veteran post-production exec Bernice Kenton-Briggs will sign on as senior visual effects producer for two-year-old digital f/x house Caliban Filmworks.
Paxson Communications topper Lowell (Bud) Paxson is expected to meet the press on both coasts today to kick off the promotional effort for the company's plan to launch a family friendly broadcast…
Brushing aside arguments by environmentalists that have stalled the project, a federal appeals court has lifted a temporary restraining order on the Playa Vista development, the proposed home of…
Atom Egoyan's "The Sweet Hereafter" and Belgian helmer Alain Berliner's "Ma Vie en Rose" tied for top honors Friday at the 12th annual Fort Lauderdale Intl. Film Festival.
In a brisk, boisterous ceremony that heralded the vitality of the Los Angeles theater scene, dozens of actors, producers and other lovers of the stage gathered Monday to honor their own at the 1997…