Fox Broadcasting Co. is suffering from a major case of schizophrenia when it comes to its "attack"-genre specials.
The Fourth Annual Network Screenwriting Event, set for Oct. 24-26 at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, will kick off with a screening of the Joe Eszterhas-penned film "An Alan Smithee Film: Burn…
DESPITE OUTWARD SIGNS of a vibrant independent feature film scene, the truth is that the odds of a young filmmaker getting his/her film picked up theatrically have gotten worse. The reasons run the…
Edel America Records and Harvey Entertainment have pacted to release a boxed set of the theme songs of the cartoon creator's popular characters.
Miramax Films marketing president Mark Gill is relocating to the West Coast and has been named to the new post of President of Miramax/Los Angeles, effective immediately.
The second-lowest-rated World Series in baseball history still managed to drive NBC home, with the Peacock's easiest weeklong primetime Nielsens victory since the 1996 Atlanta Olympics.
Television set makers urged broadcasters Tuesday not to abandon high definition TV just as the nation is on the verge of the biggest switch in television technology since the introduction of color.
ABC's "World News Tonight" earned its first weekly ratings victory over "NBC Nightly News" in more than three months, while the gap between both and third-place "CBS Evening News" continues to narrow.
The Spelling Entertainment Group on Tuesday reported a net loss from continuing operations of $18.1 million or 20¢ per share for the third quarter ended Sept. 30.
Steven Seagal is going arthouse.