Telemundo, the perennial poor cousin of Spanish-lingo TV, is finally getting a high-powered leadership overhaul, with former CBS entertainment prexy Peter Tortorici leading the SWAT team.
NBC staffers are bracing themselves for the worst period of belt-tightening in five years as determined Peacock execs try to prevent dramatically expanded programming costs from eroding the GE-owned…
The U.S. TV universe is on the verge of reaching but hasn't quite surpassed the 100 million home threshold, according to updated universe estimates issued by Nielsen Media Research that will…
Kate Nelligan has dropped ICM as her representation and taken up with New York-based Innovative Artists. Nelligan, originally repped by Susan Leibman at ICM, will now be represented by Innovative's…
The Screen Actors Guild is setting up a special projects department whose foremost goal will be to involve guild members in seeking improvements to contracts with producers.
Bill Clinton just made David Foster's day. Foster, who produced "The Mask of Zorro" along with Doug Claybourne, was up at 5:30 a.m. Wednesday in his Century City condo for his daily ritual -…
Cablevision Systems Corp. will extend its presence in the Gotham entertainment arena by acquiring fast-growing New York-area exhib Clearview Cinemas for $160 million in cash, stock and assumption of…
The British Academy of Film & Television Arts, Los Angeles, is hosting "An Evening With Sir Ian McKellen" on Aug. 31.
Three units of Tele-Communications Inc. reported second-quarter results Thursday, while awaiting regulatory and shareholder approval for being combined under the Liberty Media banner and headed by…
Veteran international directors such as Ingmar Bergman, Eric Rohmer and Shohei Imamura will share the spotlight with American independent filmmakers such as Todd Haynes, Todd Solondz and Wes Anderson…
The Black Hollywood Film Festival is calling for entries for its inaugural outing, to be held Feb. 19-21 in Los Angeles.