Larry Jacobson, VP of Fox TV and executive VP and chief financial officer of the Fox Broadcasting Co., may, in the next few weeks, be promoted to president of the Fox Network, sources say.
Oscar may be coming home to Hollywood. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences is in preliminary discussions with developer TrizecHahn Centers to move the Academy Awards ceremony into a…
Kevin Williams, probably Spain's best-known film sales rep, has struck off on his own, forming Kevin Williams Associates (KWA), a sales company and rights-brokering outfit based out of Madrid.
After performing the riskiest of roles in films like "Bad Lieutenant" and "The Piano," Harvey Keitel is close to getting several equally offbeat films financed under his Goatsingers production banner.
The chief executive officer of the planned Walt Disney Concert Hall said he will resign so that others can take over fundraising efforts.
Tracy Scoggins will in effect replace Claudia Christian as the female lead in Warner Bros.' "Babylon 5," which has just gone back into production for TNT after a four-year ride in firstrun…
"Silk Stalkings," the USA Network series that is cable TV's longest-running original drama, has been picked up by USA for the back nine episodes on the 22-episode seasonal order.
Former NBC exec and TV producer Brian Pike is joining Creative Artists Agency as an agent in the television department, where he'll focus on telefilms and miniseries.
The new album from Oasis has become the fastest-selling release ever in the U.K., moving 356,000 copies in its first day, Aug. 21.
Lona Williams, a co-executive producer of "The Drew Carey Show," has inked an exclusive three-year overall deal with Walt Disney TV worth an estimated $6 million.
Ten films from 18 participating countries have been selected to compete for the Penang Pearl Award in the first East Asian Film and TV Festival, which begins Thursday and runs through Sept. 3.