The E.W. Scripps Co.'s third-quarter earnings declined 32.4% as newspaper gains were more than offset by sharp declines in the company's nine-station television division.
As a sign that it's continuing to ramp up its sports production, Marquee TV has promoted Joel Feld from executive producer to senior VP of programming and production.
Five finalists have been chosen from a field of 77 in the annual UCLA Samuel Goldwyn Writing Award competition.
I’VE BEEN HAVING a curious on-again, off-again dialogue with Michael Fuchs over the past several months, which I initiated. “Michael,” I will say, “it’s been three years since your ceremonial…
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, which is expected to finalize its $400 million acquisition of the Polygram Filmed Entertainment library as early as Tuesday, plans to reduce the cost of the deal by re-selling…
Comedian Mitch Hedberg has inked an exclusive talent deal with 20th Century Fox TV, which is expected to develop a half-hour sitcom with him for Fox Broadcasting Co. The fledgling Fox TV Studios also…
Universal has made a preemptive buy of "Wally & Pepper," a script by first-time scribe Herb Ratner, for Gary Ross and Jane Sindell's Larger Than Life Prods.
London-based Winchester Films has picked up three U.S. indie pics for worldwide sale: Nick Searcy's "Paradise Falls," Laurence O'Neill's "Throwing Down" and John Shea's "Southie."
Rebecca DeMornay, Keith Carradine and Ellen Burstyn are set to star in the Hallmark Hall of Fame presentation "Night Ride Home" for CBS. Shooting began Wednesday in Portland, Ore.
A contemporary retelling of "Hamlet" is coming together, with Ethan Hawke in the title role and Kyle MacLachlan as Claudius.
Newly formed Loews Cineplex Entertainment lifted net profit to $8.2 million in the three months to Aug. 31, from just $108,000 a year earlier, on 10% higher revenues of $326.7 million.