Chuck Dolan's Cablevision Systems Corp., the sixth largest cable operator in the U.S., has awarded senior veep stripes to three of its executives: Katherine Lewis, in strategic market planning; Mac…
Four years after tax-shelter coin started pouring into Brazilian film, Latin America's biggest media player is finally making movies.
Writer-director John Dahl and his brother, writer Rick Dahl, signed with Creative Artists Agency. They had been at the William Morris Agency. The Dahls rejoin their former Morris agent Josh Donen who…
As the second round of the Polygram Filmed Entertainment auction gets under way, Artisan Entertainment and Venezuela's Cisneros Group have emerged as two last-minute bidders for the company.
Richard Dunn, former chief executive of Thames TV and one of British broadcasting's most senior figures, died suddenly Tuesday. He was 54.
Film Four, the movie arm of U.K. web Channel 4, has signed a first-look deal with Damian Jones and Graham Broadbent's Dragon Pictures.
Rob Kaplan has ankled as director of drama development at CBS and joined NBC Studios as VP for primetime series.
Before he directs Matt Damon in the Columbia/Miramax adaptation of "All the Pretty Horses," Billy Bob Thornton will direct "Daddy and Them," a comedy about a dysfunctional white trash family.
Leading programmer Imagen Satelital is facing a major loss of revenue following the cancellation of its pay networks by Argentina's No. 3 cable operator, Supercanal, after its contract with Imagen…
JAPAN DirecTV Japan has enlisted 152,400 subscribers as of the end of July. The company has picked up about 20,000 subscribers a month since it started service in December of last year. DirecTV is…