Lakeshore Intl., the foreign sales arm of Lakeshore Entertainment, has acquired international rights to the low-budget drama "Miss Monday."
In the wake of Fine Line Features' restructuring of its marketing department, seven junior positions have been announced.
Nordisk Film Biographen, the exhibition arm of Egmont Entertainment, has upped its stakes on two fronts in a brewing plex war in Denmark.
Execs at Spelling Television were not amused by a press release issued by the WB network last week attacking the performance of Aaron Spelling's updated version of "The Love Boat" for UPN.
Newspaper editor and TV producer James G. Bellows has been named editorial consultant to the Los Angeles Newspaper Group. He will help develop new editorial initiatives for the group's five…
Japanese satellite platform operators PerfecTV and JSkyB officially merged on Friday to create the largest direct satellite broadcasting service in the country.
Several well-known comedians, including Chris Elliott ("Cabin Boy"), Kathy Griffin ("Suddenly Susan") and Larry Miller ("The Nutty Professor"), have joined the voice cast of "Dilbert," Columbia…
Kopelson Entertainment has optioned "Knox," an action-heist film written by first-time scribes Rick Eid and Gavin Harris.
Marlo Thomas, diving into the feature producing realm, has sold "The Assistants" as a pitch to Touchstone Pictures with Barry Sonnenfeld and Barry Josephson attached to produce with her.
The season's two top tuners -- Livent's "Ragtime" and Disney's "The Lion King" -- predictably dominated the Tony nominations, with "Ragtime" out in front with 13 nominations followed by "Lion King's"…
Hearst-Argyle Television Inc. announced Friday that, compared with year-earlier results on a same-station basis, first-quarter earnings increased 50% to $6.7 million while revenues rose 7.4% to $87.3…
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