Jason Sikes has been named veep of development for GRB Entertainment. In his newly created post, Sikes will oversee the development of a new slate of gameshows, talk and alternative programming in…
More than two years after the bigscreen adaptation of the John Grisham bestseller "The Runaway Jury" fell apart, director Alfonso Cuaron has been sequestered to resuscitate the project for New…
Lifetime has lured Jessica Marshall away from TV Guide Online to become the cabler's senior VP/general manager at Lifetime Online.
Take a trip on the Titanic and survive. Feel what it might be like to get inside the skin of Bart and Homer Simpson. And rub shoulders with Mrs Doubtfire, Crocodile Dundee and Romeo's Juliet. These…
Hollywood's biggest hits stem from writers' pitches. Recycled ideas are on the upswing. Fewer stories are being put into development.
A number of key ABC executives have decided to make the move from New York to Los Angeles as part of the network's goal to consolidate more of its operation in an expanded Burbank facility.
Screen Actors Guild president Richard Masur plunged into the election season Tuesday by naming his slate for SAG's balloting, which concludes Nov. 5.
As consumers hungrily download music from the Internet, Sony Corp. moved in the other direction Tuesday when it unveiled a costly player and trio of components for its new Super Audio CDs.
Olympia Dukakis will make her Hartford Stage debut on Oct. 4 in a reading of Tennessee Williams' "The Milk Train Doesn't Stop Here Anymore."
Hollywood management company Caldera/De Fanti and former Relativity Records A&R exec A.J. Pavel have joined forces to forge a new film, television and music management company, Frontline 2000.
Artists from the Warner Bros. Records labels will be featured on several channels on Apple's yet-to-launch QuickTime TV Web site.