Former talkshow producer David Scott has been named executive producer of Warner Bros. Domestic TV Distribution's upcoming remake of "The People's Court."
Optus Communications pink-slipped more than 100 people and announced a senior management reshuffle at its loss-making pay TV unit Optus Vision Tuesday.
Bob Cooper, former president of TriStar Pictures, has become head of production at DreamWorks, reporting to company principal Steven Spielberg and Walter Parkes. It was anticipated that Cooper, who…
Cartoon Network is to launch a 24-hour Dutch-language feed to the northern part of Holland, upping the ante of competition in children's programming in this territory.
Paul Almond, exec VP of production and acquisitions for Live Entertainment, has left the company "to pursue other interests," according to a Live spokesman.
An L.A. Superior Court judge let stand last month's $9.8 million jury award to producer-director Ron Shelton over profits to 20th Century Fox's "White Men Can't Jump" and denied the studio's request…
With schedules at the six broadcast networks firmed up for fall, Warner Bros. Television remains the top supplier of network primetime programs for the 11th straight season. However, three studios…
Universal's "The Lost World: Jurassic Park" tore into $92.7 million over the holiday weekend, and appeared likely to race past $100 million mark sometime Tuesday --- just five days and two hours…
New Line Cinema has acquired "The Astronaut's Wife" and has put the project on the fast track for its screenwriter Rand Ravitch to make his feature-film directorial debut. The project is expected to…
Claiming it owns the recording contract to hugely successful rock act No Doubt, Trauma Records has filed a $100 million lawsuit against Interscope Records, its distributor. Trauma also seeks to have…