Optus Communications pink-slipped more than 100 people and announced a senior management reshuffle at its loss-making pay TV unit Optus Vision Tuesday.
Regulations increasing the local content in South African TV programming have been adopted, and initial reaction, from broadcasters and producers, is dissatisfaction.
Music giant EMI Group has restructured its EMI Music operation by splitting the company into two core businesses: EMI Recorded Music, which will be run by Ken Berry, and EMI Music Publishing, which…
Edward R. Pressman Film Corp. has inked a deal with Tom DeCerchio to direct "No Limit," a dark comedy feature film based on a book by Gary Ross. Production for the film is scheduled to lense by…
In a ruling which could limit the scope of influence managers have in committing their clients to projects, an L.A. Superior Court judge ruled a valid contract did not exist when actress Pamela…
Former talkshow producer David Scott has been named executive producer of Warner Bros. Domestic TV Distribution's upcoming remake of "The People's Court."
Thirty-one student films and videos selected as semifinalists in NYU’s recent First Run Festival will unspool June 10 and 11 at the Directors Guild of America Theatre Complex. Student videos will…
Stock in International Family Entertainment Inc. jumped $1.37 to $27 Tuesday on reports that Walt Disney Co. had joined News Corp. in bidding for the company.
Cartoon Network is to launch a 24-hour Dutch-language feed to the northern part of Holland, upping the ante of competition in children's programming in this territory.
The waiting game is over. After weeks of speculation, Paramount Pictures announced Tuesday that it will release "Titanic" domestically on Dec. 19.
For the first time since Twentieth TV began distributing the show, four sister Fox O&Os have downgraded the $40 million frosh newsmag "Access Hollywood" out of their access timeslots, Twentieth…