Comedian Red Skelton, widely popular in radio, films and TV from the 1940s through the early '70s, died Wednesday morning after a long illness at Eisenhower Medical Center in Rancho Mirage. He was 84.
Stuart Gottesman has been named to the new position of vice president for regional publicity and promotion for Paramount Pictures' motion pictures group.
Hot summer scribes Ed Solomon ("Men in Black") and Andrew Marlowe ("Air Force One") have signed on to head deep in the heart of Texas for the 4-year-old Austin Film Festival and Screenwriter's…
In one of the speedier ascents up the Hollywood corporate ladder, Jonathan Glickman --- who came to Caravan Pictures four years ago as an intern from USC's Peter Stark Program --- has been named…
Although the Independent Feature Project moved its annual Gotham Awards to a more spacious venue this year, there still wasn't much room for table-hopping at the Hammerstein Ballroom on Tuesday night.
The Sundance Institute is holding a screenplay reading of Josh Kornbluth's "Haiku Tunnel" Monday 22 at 7:30 p.m at L.A.'s Jazz Bakery. Presented in association with Aviator Films, the event is the…
Paxson Communications has inked deals to acquire three more TV stations, bringing the total number of TV stations operated by the company to 62.
Polygram Television has signed a two-year longform TV distribution deal with Francis Ford Coppola's American Zoetrope.
British exhib ABC Cinemas, the second biggest in the country, is planning to sell 20 of its city center sites, a move forced by competition from new multiplexes.
Sony Music has expanded its relationship with Michael Jackson by inking a joint-venture pact with the entertainer and Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Bin Abdulaziz Alsaud.
With a little more than three months to go before TBS converts to a basic cable network, the hard bargaining has started between cable operators and the superstation.