TV Bandeirantes has eliminated Antonio Athayde's vice president post after the seasoned TV exec resigned following disagreements with prexy Johnny Saad.
Actress Claire Trevor, who memorably carved a niche as the hard-bitten gal with a heart of gold in such films as "Dead End," "Stagecoach" and "Key Largo," for which she won a supporting actress…
After several years of litigation, writer-producer Michael Viner and his spouse and business partner thesp-producer Deborah Raffin have regained ownership of the complete Newstar Media Inc. Classics…
German licensing group Intertainment announced its third major licensing deal in a number of weeks Friday, bringing its total revenues for sales in Europe in the past two months to some $115 million.
Union actors resume their sixth week of commercial contract negotiations with advertisers today following a tumultuous week off.
Troubled film and television equipment rental firm Matthews Studio Group filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy Friday in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in the San Fernando Valley.
Mexican telco Telefonos de Mexico (Telmex) has bought a 25% stake in TV producer Grupo Argos.
Touchstone Pictures has purchased an idea for a black comedy titled "The Gory Details," to be produced by Disney-based Bay Films and written by Topper Lilien and Carroll Cartwright ("Where the Money…
Four Media Co. shareholders approved Friday the company's $325.8 million sale to John Malone's Liberty Media Group, a cable programming subsid of AT&T. Sale is expected to close today.
In a suit that could bode ill for Destination Film Distribution as well as other insurance-backed film companies, Neil Sacker has sued his former employer.
Disney is doing double time to get "Double Take" into production: The Mouse House has finished casting the African American action comedy, to be helmed by George Gallo ("29th Street"). The film's…
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