More than 4 million people tuned in to the sanitized off-net premiere of "Sex and the City" on comedy cabler TBS. According to Nielsen, "Sex" did especially well among female demos, posting a 2.5…
Another combatant joined the battle over Nielsen's new People Meter panels Wednesday, as the American Assn. of Advertising Agencies demanded that the ratings body remedy its controversial new local…
The Comcast/Disney-owned Style Network has signed a three-year deal to carry "Martha Stewart Living" every weeknight from 8 to 9, starting later this month.
Velvet Revolver, the supergroup featuring former Guns N' Roses musicians and Stone Temple Pilots singer Scott Weiland, shot to the top of nation's album sales chart, moving 256,000 copies of RCA…
The American Society of Cinematographers has tapped Richard P. Crudo as president for the second consecutive year.
The 39th Karlovy Vary Film Festival has spread its net worldwide to draw up an eclectic list of 16 films in competition, including U.S. helmer Lisa Cholodenko's "Cavedweller," announced Wednesday.
The Juggy girls will bounce no more. After six seasons, Comedy Central has decided against producing new episodes of beers-and-babes skein "The Man Show."
Director William Friedkin has optioned film rights to Tracy Letts' Off Broadway play "Bug," with Letts writing the screenplay for Friedkin to helm.
CBS and New Line Television are hoping to scare up viewers with a reality take on the studio's "Nightmare on Elm Street" franchise.
Atlanta-based animation house Fathom Studios has pacted with newly formed management/production group Key Creatives to rep the studio's services and to sell worldwide rights to its first CGI feature…
Lynda Obst Prods. has tapped veteran producer and exec Michael Nash as senior VP with responsibility for developing and acquiring projects.