The Tony Awards have come and gone, and now the shows of the Great White Way are reacting to their wake. For Roy Gabay, co-producer of Arthur Miller's "A View From the Bridge," which took best…
It's official: The off-network syndie biz is back to being a buyer's market. Warner Bros. confirmed Monday that it has sold the off-network rights to the NBC comedy "Suddenly Susan" to Tribune…
Stuttgart businessman Rolf Deyhle is being forced to sell entertainment group Stella AG, German newspapers reported last week.
Universal Studios announced Monday that an all-new Woody Woodpecker will come a'knocking this November with an animated series on Fox Kids Network. The new Woody's face-lift includes green eyes and…
CBS on Monday reached an agreement with MGM to bring back last season's midseason series "Magnificent Seven" as a backup again next season.
Warner Bros.’ Telepictures Prods. has tapped Alphabet web PR veteran Anne Riccitelli to spearhead publicity operations for the production company’s newly opened Gotham office. As director of East…
Loews Cineplex Entertainment Corp. named Sony Corp. exec Ted Shugrue on Monday to run a newly formed international operating division to develop and operate movie theaters outside North America.
Gramercy's "The Last Days of Disco" continued to strut its stuff on top of the exclusives roster. Whit Stillman's early 1980s period piece about a group of twentysomethings boogied down with $88,827…
AMC showed the unedited R-rated versions of "Apocalypse Now" and "The Boys in Company C" on Saturday night and some cable operators are hopping mad.
Dick Snyder's Golden Books Family Entertainment announced a restructuring and management shake-up Monday that brings publishing operations under the purview of former entertainment head Eric…