The Casting Society of America has named recipients of its 13th annual Artios Awards, granted for superior achievement in the casting profession.
After eight years at 20th Century Fox, executive vice president Jorge Saralegui is ankling his post at the studio and is in negotiations with at least two other studios to establish his own…
Former Random House Entertainment prexy Shane DeRolf has launched his own production company, Smart Studios Inc., that will specialize in original children's product from TV, radio and multimedia to…
Sean O'Halloran has vacated the chief exec's chair at troubled satcaster Australis Media's Galaxy TV, but will not take up the post of head of entertainment at major producer Southern Star.
If it's December, this must be the time for annual predictions of the coming year, and the first prognosticator out of the gate sees a rosy future for most of the TV business.
CBS Eye on People, the fledgling cable network, has commissioned a new weekly half-hour series called "A Day in the Life," which will follow everyone from a stagehand at Radio City Music Hall to an…
After nearly a year of negotiations, Lakeshore Entertainment has finalized a deal with the creators of "Il Postino" (The Postman) to adapt Isabel Allende's epic love story "Eva Luna" for the…
It's open season once again on the Internet for Lee-gazing. Pamela Anderson Lee and Tommy Lee agreed Monday to allow a World Wide Web-based adult video distributor sole license to distribute the…
Former Yorkshire Tyne-Tees Television chief exec and chairman Bruce Gyngell has returned to his old stomping ground at Kerry Packer's Nine Network Australia as chairman of the web's international arm.
Acting on an anonymous phone tip, the Screen Actors Guild has expelled 17 union members because they faked their resumes when applying for membership.
Jay Stern, who supervised the making of "Money Talks" and "Love Jones," has been promoted to senior vice president for production at New Line Cinema.