Lynda Obst, producer of "One Fine Day" and "The Fisher King," is guest of honor at this year's Women in Film and TV Conference.
Variety's first annual Film and TV Music Spotlight isn't just the continuation of our expanded coverage of music, which began with this summer's Spotlight on the L.A. Music Biz Scene.
KTLA is discontinuing its 11 a.m. weekday newscast, which is anchored by Jennifer York and meteorologist Roland Galvin, effective Friday.
Despite a disastrous weekend, down 30% from year-ago results, NBC remains the unchallenged leader in primetime Nielsen results for the Oct. 6-12 week.
A cultural and box office phenomenon in its own country, Brit indie hit "Trainspotting" struck a major chord among England's brand of Gen X'ers and mainstream moviegoers alike, and spawned a…
TBS has grabbed the first broadcast window to Polygram's Michael Douglas starrer "The Game" after outbidding the USA Network in an auction that catapulted the price to a strapping $8 million.
Miramax Films has hired Charles Layton as exec VP in the office of the chairman. Layton was previously chief operating officer of Douglas-Reuther, the production company run by Michael Douglas.
Television in Scandinavia is joining Germany, France, the U.K. and Spain by going digital.
Just six months after trumpeting a long-term foreign sales pact in Cannes, Village Roadshow and Guy East/Nigel Sinclair's Intermedia have parted ways "amicably," the companies confirmed Tuesday at…
Rysher Entertainment has appointed Mel Efros to the newly created post of senior VP of production.
"There's something about doing that first score for a film," says composer Carter Burwell, "that is maybe the most exciting moment you'll ever have creatively. You have nothing in your musical…