New Line Home Video is introducing a separately branded line of DVD products it is calling the New Line Platinum Series, meant to be the industry's first branded DVD line.
In Sony Pictures Entertainment topper John Calley's first major outside executive hire, Turner Pictures prexy of production Amy Pascal will return to Columbia Pictures as president of the studio…
Timo Lahtinen, former chief buyer for Danish entertainment and film giant Nordisk Film, will launch a pan-Scandinavian film distribution and consulting outfit called Smile Entertainment March 1.
The 35th Gijon Intl. Film Festival, which closed Saturday, further reinforced its position as Spain's premier showcase for low-budget, edgy indie pics.
KTLA reporter Stan Chambers reaches one of the more astounding milestones in television history today when he celebrates his 50th anniversary with the station.
TV Azteca topper Ricardo Salinas Pliego has bought out the remaining shares owned by his investment partners, the Saba family.
Word is that the three-year partnership between Michael Douglas and Steven Reuther is coming to an end. Insiders said that Reuther is still looking for financing to keep the company afloat.
Director Alan Parker is believed to be about to accept the offer to become chairman of the British Film Institute when producer Jeremy Thomas steps down later this year.
Marking a new era for Geffen Records, the label has offered David Simone the A&R reins at the label, according to sources.
After a season starring in Steven Bochco's "Murder One," Anthony LaPaglia will star in Arthur Miller's "A View From the Bridge," at Gotham's Roundabout Theatre this fall.
There were no syndie fireworks for the week of the July 4th holiday, when ratings for many top strips hit new lows, according to Nielsen's report for the week ended July 6.