"Television 2000 --- Where Will Our Clients Be?" is the title of a panel discussion featuring the participation of theatrical agents, personal managers and entertainment attorneys that's set for…
Screenwriter David McKenna has been hired by Warner Bros. to script a remake of "Get Carter," a 1971 MGM gangster film which starred Michael Caine and Britt Ekland, according to sources involved in…
The Major League Baseball playoffs threw syndie skeins a curveball in the week ending Oct. 12.
Scott Caan has inked his first acting gig in a major studio film, playing an assassin hired to pursue star Will Smith in Bruckheimer Prods. and Touchstone Pictures political conspiracy thriller…
Georges Leclere, a Frenchman with wide experience in broadcasting, the arts and politics, has been tapped to succeed Arthur Kane as executive director of the international council of the National…
Three days after agreeing to buy Universal Studio's television interests, Barry Diller's HSN Inc. pounced again Thursday with a $300 million stock-or-cash offer for the 49.9% of Ticketmaster Group…
Televisa turned in a strong third quarter, analysts said, with marked improvements in its operating results.
Britain's Channel Four may soon have less need for the U.S. sitcoms and dramas that have helped sustain its cult status.
Leading Australian film and TV producer/distrib the Becker Group on Thursday unveiled its new sports division, which will tee off late next month by televising the Australian (southern) summer PGA…