Catherine Tasca was named France's new culture and communications minister Monday in a government reshuffle.
Bill Burke, who was on a fast track at Time Warner before he resigned as president and CEO of news and information at TW Digital Media earlier this year, has surfaced as president and CEO of RSN…
The PS 2000: Short Film Exhibition will unspool 41 new shorts, including four world and 10 New York premieres, beginning April 3 at the Anthology Film Archives.
While it didn't win the Oscar pool, WB/UIP's "The Green Mile" (cume: $67.2 million) staged a wow bow in Japan, marching into top spot with $4.3 million from 260 houses.
"Frasier" exec producer Christopher Lloyd, who's shepherded the Paramount-produced laffer through seven seasons, five best comedy Emmy wins and several timeslot changes, is finally calling it a wrap.
Less than two months after signing investment deals with all five major record labels, Listen.com on Monday announced that the company has picked up $70 million in additional venture capital. The…
Patricia Fili-Krushel, the president of Walt Disney's ABC TV Network, is preparing to announce her resignation this afternoon. Fili-Krushel, the highest-ranking woman in broadcast television, is…
A federal court ruling Monday outlawed exclusive content arrangements for cable systems in a decision that could profoundly alter the dynamics of Oz pay TV.
MGM has picked up an original romantic drama pitch from Black & Blu Entertainment's Todd Black and Jason Blumenthal and indie producer Mike Jacobs, Jr.
Tony- and Emmy Award-winning thesp Edward Herrmann (“The Practice”) has been tapped for “The Gillmore Girls,” a one-hour pilot for the WB. He’s repped by Diana Dousant of HWA and managed by Robbie…
Warner Bros. Pictures has handed the keys to the "Harry Potter" kingdom to Chris Columbus. The director of "Home Alone," "Mrs. Doubtfire" and "Nine Months" has been tapped to helm "Harry Potter and…