Evidently pleased with his performance in office, delegates at IATSE's 63rd convention voted Wednesday to give union president Thomas C. Short a nearly 33% salary boost, to $200,000.
France's victory in the World Cup soccer finals looks like it could produce a multimillion dollar payday for the country's leading private television network TF1.
DreamWorks has picked up Neal Gumpel's romantic comedy pitch "Uncoupled," with David Permut and George Gallo attached to produce.
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David E. Kelley pulled off an unprecedented double in the nominations announced Thursday morning for the 50th annual Primetime Emmy Awards, landing nods in both the drama and comedy series categories…
A joint marketing program between MovieFone and American Express was announced Wednesday in which the two will be promoting the sale of movie tickets via phone and the Internet.
Media mogul Rupert Murdoch is in the final stages of negotiations for a stake in the Kirch Group's free TV stations Sat1 and sports channel DSF, the German newspaper Saeddeutsche reported.
Problems in its film division caused Polygram's net income to fall 85% in the second quarter, underscoring Seagram Co.'s successful efforts last month to secure a $340 million reduction in its price…
Writer/producer Joel Surnow, who developed the TV version of "La Femme Nikita" for USA Network, has inked an exclusive two-year overall deal with Warner Bros. TV worth close to $3 million.
Karen Finley, the Gotham-based performance artist best known for live shows where she smears herself in chocolate, will commit perhaps her most outrageous act in directing her first indie feature.
Mark Richard has sold his spec script "Ice at the Bottom of the World" to producer Ron Broadway of Palm Avenue Pictures for an undisclosed sum.
On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the death of American cinema pioneer D.W. Griffith, a plaque will be installed in the patio of the former Knickerbocker Hotel in Hollywood, where the…