Ted Lange has seen the highs and lows of show business, and states emphatically that right now, in the late 1990s, is definitely not a low for the depiction of black characters on television.
On second thought … Rhea Perlman and Danny DeVito had been announced as recipients of Women in Film's Norma Zarky Humanitarian Award. But now the couple has decided to "withdraw their acceptance" of…
ABC execs sought to make lemonade from their proverbial lemons as they closed their annual affiliates meeting here Wednesday, confronting head-on the network's declining fortunes and promising to do…
Abbie Charette has been upped to vice president of production at Saban Entertainment, reporting to Lance Robbins, president of motion pictures and TV.
British thesp Ben Chaplin, who used the telephone as a sublime tool of seduction in "The Truth About Cats & Dogs," is joining Sean Penn and Adrien Brody in Terrence Malick's "The Thin Red Line,"…
Sony Corp. unveiled its new Vaio series of notebook and desktop PCs Tuesday and said it would start selling the notebook PCs in the U.S. market on July 1.
The strongest NBA playoff ratings in four years has fed NBC an easy lay-up of a victory in primetime Nielsens for the June 2-8 week.
David DeCoteau's "Leather Jacket Love Story" will open the ninth annual New York Lesbian & Gay Film Festival, which opens Thursday and runs through June 15 at Manhattan's Joseph Papp Public Theater…
Allegro Films president Tom Berry is leaving his position at the Montreal-based film production outfit at the end of July, but he is not cutting his ties to Allegro and its owners, Coscient Group.
Adding earthquakes to the list of film projects based on natural disasters, the Avnet-Kerner Co. has optioned Peter Hernon's quake novel "8.4" for a four-hour miniseries for NBC.
The annual upfront ad market neared the finish line Tuesday, and with just a handful of business remaining to be done, estimates show the six broadcast networks will come at a shade over $6 billion…