Just as summer product swings on line, Loews Theatres confirmed Wednesday that it has completed restructuring its film department with the promotion of Travis Reid to senior VP of film and David…
Jeff Golenberg has joined the entertainment division of Levine/Schneider Public Relations, coming to the firm after a stint at Hanson & Schwam Public Relations.
The ability of networks to keep affiliates from preempting programs came into question again Wednesday, as the CBS owned-and-operated station in New York took steps to bump the network for preseason…
TriStar Pictures is currently negotating an agreement with Forest Whitaker to direct the action picture "The Number Four," sources said Wednesday.
Turner Broadcasting System Inc. Wednesday reported improved first-quarter operating results, including significant operating profit gains at TBS SuperStation, cable network TNT and its news channels.
As the local market May sweeps measurement period got under way, several top syndie shows experienced epic year-to-year declines in the separate Nielsen national barter rankings.
Rep. Ed Markey (D-Mass.) Wednesday urged the TV industry to consider adopting an MPAA-like rating system to warn parents of violence in programs.
A casting agency's tip from a cop in Knoxville, Tenn., has put 10-year-old Brad Renfro in the lead in "The Client," Warner Bros.' project based on a John Grisham novel. Renfro will play a Memphis boy…
Handleman Co., the country's largest rackjobber, said there were no corporate developments to account for heavy trading or consecutive drops in its stock price on the New York Exchange.
The Academy of Country Music held its biggest party ever Tuesday night at Universal Amphitheatre, drawing hordes of media and some of the genre's biggest stars.
After a four-year hiatus, James Bond is coming back on assignment. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's creative affairs veepee Elizabeth Robinson confirmed the series is back on track, and it will return with…