Working Title Films' Debra Hayward and "Red Road" director Andrea Arnold picked up prizes at the U.K.'s 16th Women in Film and Television Awards on Friday over lunch at the Hilton in Park Lane…
Senator Entertainment and subsidiary X Filme Creative Pool have buried the hatchet after a two-year ownership dispute.
A merger between two of the world's largest music publishers is suddenly facing an obstacle, as the European Commission has said it will initiate a full-on examination of Universal Music's…
Network TV's gameshow fever shows no signs of letting up. ABC has said "ja" to "Wetten dass...?" (Wanna Bet?), inking a deal with producer Phil Gurin ("The Weakest Link") to develop a U.S. version of…
From stubborn queens to ruthless devils, sly spinsters to tough street girls, 2006 featured the deepest, most diverse collection of great female roles in recent memory.
The Weinstein Co. is licensing the extensive homevid library of Videocine, film division of Mexican conglom Televisa. Company has bought U.S. and Canadian rights to Televisa's 178-title library…
Three months in, it's still very apparent that firing Star Jones and replacing her with Rosie O'Donnell was the right ratings move for ABC's "The View." Daytime strip notched its best-ever November…
Hollywood actors will begin receiving upbeat news next week about their health plan -- a marked contrast from the negative developments of recent years.
Lifetime has ordered drama pilots "The Virgin of Akron, Ohio," from Cary Brokaw ("Angels in America"), and "The Madness of Ava," from Howard Gordon and Joel Surnow ("24").
The Gersh Agency has made senior partners of Bill Butler and Rick Greenstein. Butler has been a partner and head of Gersh's New York office, while Greenstein has been a partner, senior veep and head…
Music industry vet Phil Quartararo will be setting up his own strategic marketing company after he leaves EMI Music North America at the end of the year.