Representatives from the U.S. film industry and France's rights collection agency Sacem have agreed to continue the Franco American Fund for Cinema and Television, set up last year to help young…
At least four shareholders in Lin Television have filed lawsuits to block the station group's planned $1.7 billion merger with a subsidiary of investment firm Hicks, Muse, Tate & Furst Inc.
Irish director Neil Jordan is moving to Columbia Pictures for his next movie, an adaptation of Graham Greene's novel "The End of the Affair."
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Fox Kids Worldwide Inc. completed its merger with Intl. Family Entertainment Inc., the companies said Thursday.
The Television Bureau of Advertising Thursday projected the TV industry will see 6% to 8% ad-sales growth in 1998, spurred by the Winter Olympics and midterm election spending.
Cami Winikoff, who joined Trimark Pictures seven years ago as an assistant, has been promoted to executive vice president and chief administrative officer of the indie film company.
Agreeing to pay an estimated $350 million for the storied Los Angeles Dodgers, Fox Thursday laid the cornerstone of what is expected to become a U.S. sports empire, designed to complement News…
Attorney Michael Rubel has joined Creative Artists Agency as general counsel at the percentery. Rubel joins CAA from Del, Rubel, Shaw, Mason & Derin, where he was a managing partner.
In recognition of their efforts in advancing opportunities for women and minorities, Bruce Paltrow, John Wells and Christopher Chulack will receive the inaugural DGA Diversity Award, the Directors…
Thomas Sarnoff, prexy of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation, a member of ATAS' executive committee and prez of his own Sarnoff Entertainment Corp., has been voted the Syd Cassyd…
Former junk bond king Michael Milken's divestments of stock in computer games company 7th Level Inc. were charitable donations, not sales, 7th Level said in a statement.