The Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra (LACO) will host its ninth annual Silent Film Gala at Glendale's restored 1920s-era Alex Theatre on May 16.
"The Scarlet Pimpernel" is readying for a year-long national tour, it was revealed Tuesday. The show will likely sign a deal with either New York-based Pace Theatricals' the Booking Group or Dodger…
Gary Knell, currently managing director of Manager Media Intl., is rejoining Children's Television Workshop as executive VP of operations.
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Pushing up its release nearly six months, 20th Century Fox has moved its Farrelly brothers comedy "There's Something About Mary" into the summer, staking a release date of July 15.
British thesp Jonathan Pryce, who recently starred as Bond villain Elliot Carver in "Tomorrow Never Dies," will join Patricia Arquette and Gabriel Byrne in the MGM thriller "Toby's Story."
The PBS Sponsorship Group, public TV's national sales force, booked $6.25 million in new sponsorships during its third quarter, which ended March 31.
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has quietly dropped the Presidents Award from the annual Primetime Emmy competition, after ATAS prexy Meryl Marshall and her fellow awards committee members…
Spurred on by "Titanic" and local comedy "Les Couloirs du Temps," French box office surged by 40% in the first three months of the year, compared to the same period in 1997.
Disney's syndication arm Buena Vista TV is about to begin selling the second cycle of "Home Improvement" repeats -- a strong indication that next season will be the show's last in network primetime.
As the end of his hyper-successful show approaches and after two years without agency representation, “Seinfeld” co-creator Larry David has signed with the Endeavor agency. David — who recently saw…
Lensing begins this week on a pair of original telefilms earmarked for Lifetime cable: "Love Is Strange," starring Kate Nelligan, Julie Harris and Ron Silver, and "Hobson's Choice," featuring "China…