Elizabeth Gabler, executive veep of production for 20th Century Fox, has reupped with the studio, ending speculation she might leave for another studio. Fox president of production Tom Rothman made…
Italy's ruling center-left government has sent several new regs to Parliament as part of the TV reform bill. If approved, the regs will impact all the broadcast players, but most particularly Silvio…
When John Frankenheimer's "Ronin," wraps next week in Paris, it's a safe bet Robert De Niro won't be sticking around for the party. In an interview with French daily Le Monde Tuesday, De Niro vowed…
A higher tax rate dented Ticketmaster Group Inc.'s fourth-quarter earnings result, pushing it down 7% to $1.3 million on 36% higher revenues of $93.2 million.
Five AFM buyers from major foreign territories are in discussions to form a distribution consortium in an attempt to cut sales agents out of the picture and bring down film prices.
A former marketing executive for United Artists Theatre Circuit who was accused of anti-semitism has been paid $425,000 to settle claims related to the case, his lawyer said Wednesday.
Channel 4's new head of film Paul Webster has unveiled his first three projects, balancing two pics from first-time directors with one from veteran helmer Bill Forsyth, two contempo Scottish films…
Continuing its internal re-organization in the wake of the switch of regimes from Ruth Vitale to Mark Ordesky, Fine Line Features has promoted four acquisitions and production executives.
EXCLUSIVEThe FX cabler has staked out "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," picking up rerun rights to the hit WB Network drama starting in 2001.
The CBS premiere of "Four Corners" placed a disappointing fourth in homes and fell to fifth place among the adults 18-49 in its first hour, behind the WB's "Dawson's Creek."
Japanese pubcaster NHK avoided the Nagano Winter Olympics blues and scored huge ratings for its coverage of the games. Local heroes, live coverage of Olympics drama and extensive reporting from all…
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