ABC Sports prez Dennis Swanson called "heads" Tuesday and landed his network broadcast rights to next year's World Series.
In a business in constant change, independent movie companies can count on only a few constants: Major studios will dominate the nation's screens and hopelessly outspend them in marketing.
The Screen Actors Guild's national nominating committee on Monday named candidates for SAG offices, including incumbent prexy Barry Gordon, after a day of meetings and interviews Sunday. The…
Would it be, or would it not be, that was the question when director Kenneth Branagh canvassed Hollywood financiers soliciting offers for his planned film adaption of William Shakespeare's "Much Ado…
Universal Pictures has purchased Jerome Gary's action-adventure spec script, "Tiger, Tiger," sources confirmed.
From San Francisco to Miami and from New York to L.A., the buzz word for the survival of independent TV stations in ever-crowded markets is: Go local.
Behind all the recent Heidi Fleiss headlines is one basic reality: Hollywood has gone corporate like the rest of America, but it has not made the transition easily.
In the world of independent films, there is often a significant difference between perception and reality as far as success is concerned.
The FCC declined to reduce a $ 10,000 fine against a Florida TV station for violating advertising limits in children's TV programming.
Another year has gone by, and the future of independent television producers remains in a great state of flux, hinging largely on government regulation of the networks and the vertically integrated…