Having a solid pedigree in Emmyville carries the same merits as having famous parents in the real world. It will definitely open a lot of doors along the way, but once you're in, you'd better have…
Bloomberg Television, stymied in attempts to gain carriage on Time Warner's New York City cable system, has bought its way into the market by leasing time from Paxson Communications, the new owner of…
It's taken more than a year, but the BBC has finally found somebody to fill the embarrassing vacancy at the head of its drama department.
MGM is in active negotiations with MDP Worldwide to acquire domestic rights to "Liar," the second feature from sibling helmers Josh & Jonas Pate and producer Peter Glatzer.
Federal regulators will take a close look at the combination of the News Corp./MCI assets and Primestar, focusing on the ability of the new company to suppress competition in the DBS marketplace.
"Is Redd Foxx mad at you?" With these tender words, in the world according to Garry Shandling, a career in standup comedy was born.
Writers Guild of America West president Brad Radnitz on Wednesday responded to directors' criticism of writers' efforts to make inroads on creative rights issues, reaffirming his belief that the…
The arrival of Warner Bros.' "The Postman" crew has made quite an economic splash in a couple of Northwest towns.
One of the fall season's most promising new entries, NBC's "Veronica's Closet," came together when two ultra-competitive talent agencies agreed to something unusual --- sharing their business.
Matt Healy, who penned the recent Scott Free production "In Too Deep," will write the World War II actioner "The Ludendorff Pirates" for Warner Bros.
The Primetime Emmy Awards have become very much like the weather. You know, lots of complaints about the nominating procedure, the categorizing, eligibility issues, all of that stuff, and nobody…