Screen Actors Guild president Richard Masur's rulings against efforts to renew an investigation into an internal election last fall were overturned Monday.
Like for most major awards, E! Entertainment Network takes to the airwaves early on Sept. 12 with 10 hours of live coverage while Fox will offer a one-hour pre-show.
American sports film company the Big Fights has lost an Australian court tussle in which it claimed copyright over films of the 1956 Melbourne Olympic Games.
Determined to become a truly global distributor, Universal Pictures Intl. is plotting to establish outposts in Latin America and South Korea.
Barry Diller's USA Broadcasting has appointed Susie Arnett to VP of development for all 13 TV stations in the group.
When you are a network that relies on pledge breaks and corporate sponsorship for survival, the money left over to promote programs and individuals for Emmy consideration can probably fit in Kermit…
Disney has snatched up a pitch tentatively titled "Area 99" from scribe Neil Tolkin.
Ten years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, archives from Eastern Europe are moving into the mainstream. Reps from 15 territories of Eastern Europe and the ex-Soviet Union are signed up for a forum…
B.J. Miller has joined the Kushner-Locke Co. as senior veep of operations, international division.
Winstar Worldwide has picked up worldwide rights to indie filmmakers Eric Schaeffer and Terence Michael's coming-of-age comedy, "Wirey Spindell."
Nothing beats a gold statuette, but a sparkling glass of Moet & Chandon, a Maine lobster salad and a Wolfgang Puck handshake sure aren't bad consolation prizes.