Fox's "Get Real" has already gotten itself into real trouble. With its second airing Sept. 15, the rookie comedy-drama has fallen below every firstrun household rating for slot predecessor "Party of…
Upstart kidvid operator EM.TV & Merchandising is rapidly cleaning up in the German market place, adding to its fast-growing empire a significant stake in Germany's second-largest rights-trading…
Hurricane Floyd blew into Gotham Thursday, closing network offices, halting film productions and pulling the plug on power lunches. Showbiz folk and the rest of the soggy city left work early…
Jenny Bicks, a writer and co-exec producer on HBO's "Sex and the City," has inked an overall development deal with NBC Studios.
The Slamdance Film Festival, which last January celebrated its fifth season in Park City, Utah, will screen three feature films and three shorts on Sept. 18 at the Tribeca Film Center.
The European Commission confirmed at its midday press conference Thursday that it will authorize Open TV to operate in the U.K. for seven years.
In a deal that could radically redefine the broadcast network television business, NBC said Thursday that it plans to buy 32% of Paxson Communications for $415 million.
It's not often a family dominates a major festival. But Tippi Hedren, daughter Melanie Griffith and her husband, Antonio Banderas, came close to it at the opening ceremony Thursday of the 47th San…
In what will be welcome news to downtown Gotham cineastes, the recently completed second screen in Tribeca's the Screening Room will be a calendar-based cinema booked by Cowboy Booking, the…
Stewart Till, president of Universal Pictures Intl., will be named vice chairman of the U.K.'s new Film Council within the next couple of weeks.
In a move designed to significantly bolster the profile of the Latin Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences, music industry vet Mauricio Abaroa has been named senior veep and executive director of the…