In a major reworking of its management corps, International Creative Management has promoted Jim Wiatt, from president and chief operating officer to co-chairman and co-CEO, while veteran talent…
Media mogul Leo Kirch's digital pay TV web DF1 is launching a marketing campaign to attract subscribers to the troubled net, DF1 managing director Gottfried Zmeck said Friday in Munich.
Stanley Tucci has inked to star with Omar Epps in the Miramax drama "In Too Deep," based on the true story of an undercover policeman who infiltrates a drug ring and gets lost in the underworld.
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Alliance Atlantis has inked with Tribune Entertainment to co-produce the syndie series "Beastmaster: the Legend Continues" for next fall.
Fox has taken a minor step back toward Friday respectability with the premiere of "Brimstone," while NBC's "Trinity" collapsed in its second week.
E! Entertainment Television on Monday flexed its marketing muscle and made the official leap into Internet commerce, opening a studio store that plans to sell "everything entertainment related."
Feeding the seemingly unending need for low-budget teen sex comedies, New Line Cinema has paid a low- against mid-six-figure fee for Greg Coolidge and Joe Jarvis' spec script "Truth or Dare."
During its recent 10-week run at the Gotham restaurant/cinema the Screening Room, Nicholas Barker's "Unmade Beds" became something of a cult classic.
Because of salary squabbles, the Indian government has delayed the selection of a CEO for staterun pubcaster Doordarshan.
Beau Bridges has signed to star in a four-hour biopic of legendary showman P.T. Barnum for the A&E Network cabler, to be co-produced by A&E and Hallmark Entertainment.
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