About 700 exhibition execs got a glimpse Tuesday at what virtually everyone agrees is the future of the industry -- and they liked what they saw.
NEW YORK -- Michael Ovitz and Roy Furman's troubled theater company Livent Inc. is considering trying to sell the company and is believed to have engaged investment bank SG Cowen to find buyers…
European Union culture ministers strongly endorsed the role currently played by Euro pubcasters Tuesday, sending a warning message to the Commission, which is investigating state subsidies to the…
Noggin, the forthcoming kids educational channel from Nickelodeon and Children's Television Workshop, announced a series of executive staff additions Tuesday.
Redeemable Features and Chimera Films will produce "A Ball in the House," which Tanya Wexler will direct.
Chris Lee has stepped down as prexy of production at Columbia Pictures after 13 years with the studio, Sony Pictures Entertainment confirmed Tuesday.
Phil Roter, managing director of HBO's ventures in the Czech and Slovak Republics, has been tapped as managing director of the HBO Poland platform effective Jan. 1.
The Disney Channel lured Susie Norris-Epstein away from rival Nickelodeon to become the Disney cabler's VP of original series.
Discovery Communications is launching Discovery Themed Entertainment (DTE), a division charged with creating areas of growth in the themed entertainment and location-based arenas.
"Twister" has generated just enough of a ratings updraft to lift NBC over Fox for the Nov. 9-15 primetime Nielsens week in adults 18-49, but not enough to reach CBS in households.
Harvey Entertainment lost $2 million in the third quarter, compared to a profit of $2.5 million a year ago, the company reported Monday.
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