Tommi Lewis, former editor-in-chief of the now defunct magazines Live and Sassy, has been named editor in chief of the Emap Petersen girls magazine Teen.
Former NBC stations topper John Rohrbeck has emerged as a dark horse candidate to replace Carole Black as VP and GM of KNBC, the Peacock-owned station in Los Angeles he ran during the late 1980s…
There was good news and some bad vibes at the 17th Fajr Intl. Film Festival, Iran's window on the world stretching from Feb. 1 to 10.
Miramax Films' "Life Is Beautiful" has officially passed its Italian rival "Il Postino" to become the highest-grossing foreign-language film of all time in North America, with a gross of $21,867,419.
Australian filmmaker Bill Bennett is turning to horror, signing on as co-writer and co-producer of "Cut."
The Broadway production of Emlyn William's "Night Must Fall" has lost a member of its cast and has been forced to push back its opening.
Chris Blackwell's Palm Pictures will fully finance "Blade" helmer Stephen Norrington's satire "The Last Minute," which is set to lense in April in the U.K.
Gotham-based Open City Films has formed a deal with Snapper Films, a Helsinki-based investment and production company, to jointly develop and finance projects.
Heather Graham, "Austin Powers'" new femme fatale, is ShoWest 99's hot pick for Female Star of Tomorrow.
Japan's record market grew by 4% in 1998 as greatest hits albums and a new crop of Japanese artist helped boost sales. The market share of foreign music, however, dropped by 4% as foreign artists…
Canada's public broadcasting system is in disarray as unionized staff went on strike Wednesday after mediated talks between management and unionized technical workers broke down.