In landing Oscar winner Sidney Poitier for the lead in her ABC telefilm "David & Lisa," Oprah Winfrey said she has reached "one of those full-circle moments."
Avid Technology, maker of computer-based video, film, and audio editing and compositing tools, on Monday agreed to a $285 million acquisition of Softimage.
Sony's box office hit "Men in Black" came out on top with three wins at the 24th Annual Saturn Awards presented by the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films.
Blurb-meisters are gathering in Toronto this week for Promax, the TV industry's annual marketing confab.
Gramercy's "The Last Days of Disco" again led the exclusives roster, with Sony Pictures Classics' "The Opposite of Sex" coming in a close second.
Daniel J. Taylor has been upped to senior executive VP and chief financial officer at MGM, rising from his previous position as executive VP of corporate finance. He replaces Michael G. Corrigan, who…
Cable is on track to reach $2.8 billion in sales in the ad upfront, $600,000 more than last year's $2.2 billion, cable network ad sales execs said.
The broadcasting units of buyout firm Hicks, Muse, Tate & Furst announced an alliance Monday to invest in ethnic-owned broadcasting entities, the first of which is a 20% non-voting stake in…
Tim Duncan is stepping down as executive director of the Advertiser Syndicated Television Assn. as of July 1. The industry org is expected to name a replacement within the next few weeks.
Ten years to the day after launching the world's first private satellite, PanAmSat is seeing revenue growth skyrocket and its flock of hi-tech birds multiplying at a quicker rate than ever.
A storyboard artist in the film industry for more than 30 years, perhaps best remembered for his work on "Blade Runner," Sherman Labby died May 31 of natural causes in Los Angeles. He was 68.