Responding to the conditions of the marketplace, Geffen Records on Friday trimmed 20 positions from its 205-member workforce. The cuts cross all levels of the exec ranks at the label.
In the first big executive shuffle since Peter Roth was named president of Fox Entertainment Group last fall, the heads of primetime programs and comedy development are ankling the network, and…
Just when U.S. and west European media investors believed Hungarian TV privatization to be a done deal, the National Radio and Television Board (ORTT) has delayed the bidding process and shaken…
Wells Fargo will donate $5 million toward completion of the long-delayed Walt Disney Concert Hall, it was announced Sunday.
Snoop Doggy Dogg's former manager, Sharitha Knight, has filed a lawsuit against the rapper claiming she is owed millions of dollars in unpaid management commissions.
Twentieth Century Fox has unleashed a mid-six-figure against high-six-figure payment for Craig Randelman's actioner pitch "Sonic Boom" for Arnold Kopelson to produce, sources said Friday.
Following a European directive, a new law has been passed in Italy regulating rights payments to filmmakers, TV directors and scripters for each showing of their work on television, video and all…
Peter Asher Management has shortened its banner to PAM Artist Management Inc., as the company moves in new directions, guiding developing artists and entering the Latin music marketplace. The moniker…
Oz's media players have a reputation for being thrifty, and that approach appears to have paid off. Media moguls and entertainment barons (OK, and property tycoons) dominated Business Review Weekly…
Continuing to distance itself from its tabloidesque "Action News" past, KCBS-TV's newscasts stole the show at Saturday night's 49th annual Los Angeles Area Emmy Awards, sweeping the 60-minute and…
European publishing group Dargaud has taken an 80% stake in French television production company Marina Prods.