New Line Cinema on Wednesday announced the appointments of Tracy Weston and Tim Sommerfeld as vice presidents of creative advertising.
In a decision that should make life a little easier for filmmakers, a federal judge has ruled that there was no copyright infringement when an artist's sculptures on a building were used in the pic…
Fox's "King of the Hill" and Paramount/DreamWorks' "Spin City" are racking up syndie sales, but Worldvision's "Pictionary" has drawn its last breath.
Setting forth the themes of blood feud and vendetta, Francis Ford Coppola's attorney told jurors Wednesday they will hear a case about power and the abuse of power.
The soundtrack to the Warner Bros. film "City of Angels" was the bestselling album in the nation on sales of more than 165,000 copies.
New judicial troubles for Italy's media tycoon Silvio Berlusconi have surfaced, with Milan's public prosecutor Francesco Greco calling for a five and a half-year prison sentence and a fine of $7…
Handleman Co., the leading Midwestern rack jobber that last month took a 75% stake in Itsy Bitsy Entertainment Co., announced a major restructuring Wednesday designed to make it more of a player in…
British Columbia Premier Glen Clark has introduced a new tax credit for foreign production that will give non-Canadian producers an 11% rebate on all labor costs for projects shot in the province on…
In response to the gaining prominence of marketing on the Internet, Daily Variety is sponsoring a three-day conference exploring entertainment and brand marketing on the Web.
PEN Center USA West announced Wednesday the winners of its 1998 Literary Awards Competition. Naomi Ilzuka won in the drama category for "Polaroid Stories;" Larry Gelbart won the teleplay award for…
In a move that will send seismic waves through Spain's film and TV industry, its most important executive, Ele Juarez, ankled Wednesday as managing director of the country's biggest film and TV…