The Producers Credit Board has been gaining steam, with the group's membership --- which originally numbered 50 --- steadily growing. Many high-profile producers have lent their names to the board…
Jon Voight is set to co-star with rising Irish thesp Brendan Gleeson in John Boorman's crime biopic "I Once Had a Life."
CBS has set a Monday, Sept. 15, premiere date for its fall season, with "The Gregory Hines Show" and "Michael Hayes" debuting out of their regular timeslots on that night.
ESPN, USA Networks, Discovery Networks and Lifetime TV have joined the list of those affiliating with SMART (Systems for Measuring and Reporting Television), the Statistics Research Inc. initiative…
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. has developed technology that allows 3-D animated characters with lifelike motions to be used over the Internet.
Norman Lear is moving toward the sale of his Act III Theatres Inc., the 10th-biggest exhibition company, in a deal Wall Streeters believe could fetch as much as $550 million.
Eighteen-year AMC veteran Gary S. Thyer has been promoted to vice president and managing director of international operations for AMC Entertainment Intl.
MCI and Progressive Networks have entered an Internet alliance that the companies say will greatly enhance the Internet's ability to deliver audio and video.
Marjorie Scardino, chief exec of Pearson, has flatly denied reports of a serious rift between herself and Greg Dyke, the chief exec of Pearson TV.
News Corp. said Monday it doesn't plan to sell its troubled book publisher HarperCollins, but instead will narrow the focus of its business and will take a $270 million one-time charge against…