Taking advantage of the market's strongest rally in several weeks, Japanese electronics giant Toshiba sold the bulk of its Time Warner stake in a $798 million trade late Thursday.
The trailer for Universal's upcoming remake of "Psycho" -- released Tuesday on the Internet as a filmdom first -- generated a cyberspace spat between the studio and TV's "Access Hollywood" after the…
Ted Turner's TNT & Cartoon Network will dub programs into Hindi, a move designed to increase the channel's stagnant viewership base and spur ad revenue.
Discreet Logic's stock, which trades on the Nasdaq exchange, has been battered this week following the Montreal-based visual-effects software company's surprise announcement that its first-quarter…
Writer-director Phil Alden Robinson is in negotiations to direct his "Field of Dreams" star Kevin Costner in "13 Days" for Beacon Communications and Universal Pictures.
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.
The Screen Actors Guild's national board of directors on Wednesday approved a three-year agreement between SAG and 108 television animation producers that grants voiceover performers a 10% wage…