Hollywood's techies had their moment in the Oscar spotlight Saturday, as the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences presented its annual Scientific and Technical Awards.
Greg Kinnear, who is starring opposite Jack Nicholson in Gracie Films' "Old Friends" and who next stars with Lauren Holly in Rysher Entertainment's romancer "A Smile Like Yours," has left the William…
A juggernaut descended on this tiny resort town in the form of the U.S. Comedy Arts Festival, with HBO, its primary sponsor, papering virtually every storefront and street corner with posters, flyers…
The recently departed drama and comedy development chiefs at Warner Bros. TV have rejoined their former boss Leslie Moonves in two newly created positions at CBS Prods.
Management/production company Banner Entertainment has established a domestic theatrical distribution arm headed by former Orion Pictures marketing veep, Bob Berney.
"Bob & Margaret," meet "Dr. Katz: Professional Therapist." Cable's Comedy Central has ordered 13 episodes of "Bob & Margaret," a new animated series from Snowden Fine Animation and Nelvana Ltd.…
The amount Canadian broadcasters pay for rights to U.S. TV programs could be capped to prevent bidding wars if recent musings by Canadian Heritage minister Sheila Copps become government policy.
Images of Buster Keaton, Humphrey Bogart and Marlene Dietrich, among other bigscreen favorites, will soon go on the auction block.
Punters on the other side of the pond who want to bet on the outcome of this year's Oscars will find that "Shine" and "The English Patient" are the joint favorites to win best picture, each with odds…
Amid high drama, Spanish conglom Sogecable launched its 25-channel CanalSatelite Digital (CSD) Thursday --- despite desperate attempts by the Spanish government to block the bow. Sogecable is a joint…
Tom Cruise, Paula Wagner, Billy Wilder, Martha Williamson, Edgar Sherick, Saul Zaentz and PBS' "The Great War" will receive special awards March 12 from the Producers Guild of America at the group's…