Major Aussie film and TV producer-distribber Southern Star has appointed Patrick Delany to the newly created post of new business manager, effective Sept. 1.
New York-based Palisades Pictures will distribute Eric Bross' "Ten Benny," skedded for release Oct. 23.
Time Warner stock soared to new heights Wednesday after the entertainment giant reported strong earnings growth and hinted at the possibility of a lucrative telephone affiliation deal with AT&T or…
Claire Danes, Minnie Driver and Gillian Anderson have agreed to lend their vocal talents for the U.S. version of the Japanese blockbuster "Princess Mononoke."
Former Walt Disney TV prexy David Neuman has segued from the Mouse House to the new frontier, joining Internet programming startup Digital Entertainment Network as its head of program development.
CBS News chief Andrew Heyward said the upcoming second edition of "60 Minutes" will not be a cheap knockoff of the original.
With the low-budget movie industry going at full throttle, the Directors Guild of America wants to make sure everyone joins the fold.
Though ABC entertainment execs fessed up to the web's pile of problems last season, they boldly declared Wednesday at the Television Critics Assn. press tour that ratings will grow this fall.
Paxson Communications will license 88 episodes of "Flipper: The New Adventures" from MGM Worldwide TV -- 44 of which will be new chapters -- for its pending broadcast web.
Concert industry vet Mark Norman has been upped to senior veep of Universal Concert Co., the Denver outpost of Universal Concerts, and will be charged with overseeing all aspects of the potent…
CBS Corp. received an across-the-board ratings upgrade Tuesday from Standard & Poor's for debt and preferred-stock obligations. The ratings service also removed CBS securities from its CreditWatch…
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