The Recording Industry Association of America, long a crusader against music pirating overseas, has singled out illegal music copying in Paraguay and Bulgaria, requesting that the U.S. Trade…
Nadia Bronson, prez of international marketing for Universal Pictures, will receive the Achievement in Marketing award June 18 at this year's Cinema Expo Intl. convention in Amsterdam.
Some broadcasters are flouting rules that limit the amount of commercials that can be aired during kids television programming, one lawmaker says.
Barbie Stein, a casting director for theater, TV and film, died Feb. 6 of heart failure in San Francisco. She was 40.
Twentieth Century Fox has struck a deal with author-journalist Michael Lewis to pen a screenplay based upon his original idea for a Silicon Valley-based thriller.
A Paris appeals court may have saved Gallic utilities giant Compagnie Generale des Eaux (CGE) about $3.5 billion on Friday. The court upheld a previous October decision which says that CGE will not…
The 6,000 independent film executives descending on the Loews Hotel for the American Film Market (Thursday through March 6) will have one thought on their minds: survival.
After a month off the air, and exec producer and timeslot switches, CBS' ratings-challenged "Public Eye With Bryant Gumbel" is slated for a return on March 3.
Peggy Robertson, personal assistant to Alfred Hitchcock and a family friend of the Hitchcocks for over 30 years, died Feb. 6 at the Motion Picture & Television Hospital in Woodland Hills following an…
UPN will add three Marvel series, "X-Men," "Spider-Man" and "Incredible Hulk & Friends," plus the Saban Entertainment series "BeetleBorgs" to its Sunday-morning kids lineup this fall.