Hollywood Supports, a gay and lesbian activist group, has announced it will close its doors and transfer three major programs to other agencies.
On the heels of its historic Emmy win Sunday night, "Frasier" shined in its off-network syndication debut Monday.
CBS' highly promoted night-after-the-Emmys Monday premieres scored competitive numbers, though down dramatically from a year ago, while WB's Sept. 15 premieres generated the weblet's second-best…
Ben Affleck has inked to pen and star in "Balling the Jack" for New Line Cinema, the studio announced Tuesday.
JAPAN Munich-based Kirch Group will supply programming to Japan's first digital pay-TV channel for classical music. Kirch's Unitel production company inked a license agreement with Tokyo's…
Producing/songwriting duo the Dust Brothers have inked a multiyear, major seven-figure publishing pact with MCA Music Publishing.
MovieFone Inc. has tapped Jay Mattlin, former director of news audience research at NBC, to expand its own film research efforts.
The $14.3 million opening gambit of Polygram Film's "The Game" led the top 60 films to a $53.7 million weekend total.
The emotional experience of playing a slave in her upcoming feature "Beloved" helped convince Oprah Winfrey, arguably the highest-paid person in TV, to keep her day job for another two seasons.
After "Frasier" earned the comedy-series Emmy for the fourth year running, NBC's backstage officials immediately exclaimed that it was the first show in Emmy history to be so honored in four…