In a stunning reversal, a judge has reinstated a key claim in Garry Shandling's conflict-of-interest lawsuit against his former manager Brad Grey and ruled that the bulk of his claims may be…
The San Antonio Spurs and New York Knicks continue to sag in the statistical categories that mean the most to NBC.
Studios USA has committed an estimated $3 million-$4 million to ink two-year, overall development deals with comedy writers Kari Lizer, Donald Todd and the team of Barbara Wallace and Thomas Wolfe.
Alan Yentob is reportedly out of the running to become the next director general of the BBC.
John Cusack has made a deal with writing partners D.V. DeVincentis and Steve Pink to adapt the Ira Berkow book "The Man Who Robbed the Pierre" as a starring vehicle for Cusack and Woody Allen.
Jelinda DeVorzon has been elected president of the Santa Barbara Film Festival, which will hold its 15th annual event March 2-12, 2000.
In addition to looking for a co-anchor for Bryant Gumbel, CBS News execs are in the process of deciding another key element of their soon-to-be revamped morning show: its name.
Britain's Carlton Communications is expanding its Technicolor video subsidiary with acquisitions in both Canada and Mexico.
The eighth annual Cinema Expo Intl. opened here Monday with European exhibitors in an uneasy mood after a lackluster year at the box office in many territories.
Consultant and former top entertainment attorney Peter Dekom has joined Trimark Pictures' board of directors.
Universal Studios has tapped former Disney online exec Kenton Low to the new position of senior veep of corporate marketing and Universal Studios Online. Low will oversee all of U's online efforts…