Shaw Communications announced Wednesday that it intends to sell its 47.85% stake in Sportscope Television Network, which runs the Canuck web Headline Sports.
Time Warner stock rocketed $6.62 or 7% to a new all-time high of $105.50 Thursday after the entertainment giant announced a two-for-one stock split, effective Dec. 15, that will bring the stock price…
Tilda Swinton is set to play the second lead alongside Leonardo DiCaprio in "The Beach," which Danny Boyle will direct for Fox.
Paramount has acquired Stuart Gillard's spec script "Rites of Passage" for Lynda Obst and Gillard to produce.
Trimming its sails in light of the global economic slowdown, Australia-based Hoyts Cinemas is scaling back its global expansion program over the next five years.
TV producer Cinetel Prods. has changed its name to Scripps Prods. and promoted Jim Zarchin to president and general manager of the company.
Fox-based New Regency has optioned John Scott Shepherd's feature spec "Life, or Something Like It" for Davis Entertainment and AEI to produce.
Producer Gale Anne Hurd has appointed Christian Moerk senior VP, production, and has promoted Kristin Scanlan to VP, development, at her Par-based Pacific Western Prods.
To combat the increasing reluctance of established Italian distribs to take risks on low-budget features, Gianluca Arcopinto, one of the country's most active independent film producers, this month…
Michael Ovitz and Roy Furman's Broadway theater concern Livent Inc. filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Wednesday, as the company simultaneously filed a lawsuit against founders Garth…
Tele-Communications Inc. on Wednesday executed a definitive agreement with Century Communications to combine their cable systems in Southern California.
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