National Assn. of Broadcasters executive David Dziedzic died Saturday of brain cancer at the National Institute of Health in Bethesda, Md. He was 49.
Shed Media has upped Ted Smith, former exec producer at Mark Burnett Productions, to v.p. of development, along with four other promotions at the "Real Housewives of New York City" shingle.
Longtime film-biz executive Jason Rabinovitz died in Los Angeles on Jan 1. He was 90.
Abrams Artists Agency is kicking off 2012 by expanding its ranks and renovating its offices.
Costume designer Richard Bruno, who designed costumes for films including "Heaven Can Wait," "Raging Bull," "The Color of Money" and "Goodfellas," died Jan. 11 in Port Townsend, Wash., from kidney…
Twentieth Century Fox and producer Julie Yorn have tapped Black List alum Melissa Stack ("I Want to F--- Your Sister") to pen an untitled female revenge comedy.
Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales said that the site will black out on Wednesday in protest of pending antipiracy legislation.
Live Nation Entertainment's Live Nation Europe division has appointed former Warner Music Intl. CEO-vice chairman John Reid as president of concerts.
MONTREAL -- The battle to force Internet Service Providers to be treated like broadcasters went before Canada's Supreme Court on Monday, a case that could have a major impact on the local TV business.
Screenwriter Robert Dozier, who worked both in film and television, penning Otto Preminger's "The Cardinal" and working as a writer and producer on David Janssen TV series "Harry O," died Jan. 6 at…
Universal looks to parlay the solid $28.8 million four-day opening last weekend of B.O. winner "Contraband" into a golden domestic run, while Golden Globe winner "The Artist" is also aiming high at…