Time Warner's CNN News Group has acquired a $20 million minority stake in Internet streaming video and audio service InterVU Inc., a move that shot shares of the online company's stock up 20%.
Reforging old family ties, NBC has picked up six episodes of the Gary David Goldberg sitcom "Battery Park" for midseason.
It used to be a given that if you wanted to have a successful career scoring movies, you had to live in L.A. Not anymore. New York is home to three of the most sought-after composers in the biz.
The New York theater community went nuts when it learned that two productions of "The Wild Party" were due in town this season. The Joseph Papp Public Theater and Manhattan Theater Club, two of the…
Loews Cineplex Entertainment Corp. has named Michael G. Pekowsky VP, international legal affairs as part of its expansion into markets outside of North America.
Hoping to delve even further "Behind the Music," VH1 has greenlit seven new original series that track the ups and downs in the history of rock 'n' roll.
New Yorkers love their movies and Loews Cineplex Entertainment is only too happy to oblige. The only national theater chain headquartered in the Big Apple, the company is busy sprinkling the city…
"NYPD Blue" producer Steven Bochco, filmmaker George Lucas and 20th Century Fox chairman and CEO Bill Mechanic will be among those feted at Women In Film's second annual Martini Shot Mentor Awards.
It may be in vogue in Hollywood, but 20th Century Fox acquisitions and productions senior VP Tony Safford has questioned the trend of selling off foreign rights, which, he says, may be "misguided."
The Littlefield Co. has scored its first production greenlight, securing a pilot order from NBC for "Those Who Can't," a half-hour comedy created by "Big Daddy" scribe Steve Franks.
Last year, Felicity followed her heart -- and a guy named Ben -- across the country to New York City. Who knew that WB girl would set off a primetime trend? This season, seven new shows on the…