The 18th annual Hawaii International Film Festival wrapped its first week Nov. 12 with the handout of top awards.
Paramount Television Group has upped Marshall Coben to veep of current programming of its network TV division.
U.S. auds will catch their first sight of MGM's "At First Sight" three weeks earlier than expected: The studio has shifted the Val Kilmer-Mira Sorvino starrer's release to Jan. 15.
Carol Burnett has taken her collected works out of hibernation and given them to Bruins.
Pegasus Communications, the country's largest provider of DirecTV, sustained a slightly wider loss for the third quarter as revenues rocketed 153% to $55.5 million.
After losing Keith Olbermann to Fox Sports Net, MSNBC said Monday that "The Big Show With Keith Olbermann" will be replaced by "Hockenberry," anchored by "Dateline NBC" correspondent John Hockenberry.
British journalist and Princess Diana biographer Andrew Morton will serve as conduit as Monica Lewinsky tells her tale in book form. Morton's "Monica's Story" is expected to be published early next…
Orly Adelson Prods. begins shooting "No Greater Love" (working title) Nov. 23 in Toronto, with Katey Sagal, Annabeth Gish and Tom Irwin starring in the two-hour telefilm for CBS.
Showscan Entertainment Inc., the Culver City-based simulated-movie producer, has realigned its corporate structure.
Fox Entertainment president Peter Roth resigned Monday, and the web is expected to name Comedy Central CEO Doug Herzog to replace him as early as today.