It was full steam ahead for "Titanic" last week as James Cameron's opus set yet another B.O. record overseas, amassing an extraordinary $68.5 million as its cume vaulted to $234.7 million.
Gary Nardino, former head of television production at Paramount and Orion, died Saturday at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles after suffering a stroke on Jan. 22. He was 62.
Actors Lukas Haas and Peter Sarsgaard have signed with ICM. Haas, whose credits include “Johns,” “Boys,” “Everyone Says I Love You” and “Mars Attacks!,” will be repped by Aleen Keshishian and Jo Anne…
GERMANY A Cologne-based company plans to offer a TV ratings and consumer research system that will compete with the system of established Nuremberg-based marketing research company GfK. The Quote…
EXCLUSIVEIt's not often that Rupert Murdoch makes a strategic miscalculation, but as corporate fumbles go, News Corp.'s grounded U.S. satellite business has proved a beaut.
Warner Bros. TV has inked an exclusive production and development deal with writer-producer Charlie Craig, who currently serves as executive producer of ABC drama "Prey."
Sony Corp.'s entertainment business suffered a 17% drop in operating profit to $226.4 million for the third quarter ended Dec. 31, as a result of both a slump at Sony Music and an accounting change…
France's pay TV giant Canal Plus has added Internet online services to the growing list of business interests in which it holds an equity stake.
Robert Z. Shapiro has been named senior executive consultant for this year's Academy Awards ceremony, marking his seventh time serving in that role.
The Film Consortium, one of the U.K.'s three lottery franchises, is on the brink of naming United Intl. Pictures as its British theatrical distributor.
Time Warner Inc., whose stock price in recent days has hit new highs, got some more good news Thursday when Moody's Investors Service changed the outlook for the company's credit rating to positive…