UPN is showing some crazy love toward Solange Knowles. Net has inked Knowles -- the younger sister of megaselling crooner Beyonce Knowles -- to a talent holding deal.
Sobini Films, a production, financing and sales shingle headed by Mark Amin, has acquired worldwide rights to first-time writer-director Joey Curtis' street-racing drama "Quattro Noza."
Court TV and Sundance Channel have pacted to co-produce "The First Amendment Project," a series of half-hours focused on the First Amendment and what it means to a handful of independent filmmakers.
“Soldier’s Girl,” which made the American Film Institute’s top 10 TV list, was developed by Showtime and screened by the network at the Sundance Film Festival. Information was incorrect in Monday’s…
Let the Games begin. Signing its second-longest contract ever, the Peacock on Tuesday said it has sealed a nine-year deal that will keep veteran NBC Sports chair Dick Ebersol at the net through the…
The 2004 NATPE confab will include the Pitch Pit, a chance for aspiring producers to pitch ideas to development execs and agents.
The restructured FilmFour is backing the development of a movie of D.B.C. Pierre's Booker Prize-winning novel "Vernon God Little," with Pawel Pawlikowski attached to direct for L.A.-based producer…
The Library of Congress on Tuesday named "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid" and "National Velvet" to the National Film Registry, cementing the American classics as a permanent part of movie history.
NBC News weekend anchor John Seigenthaler was named Tuesday to take Brian Williams' place at sister net CNBC's weekday evening newscast.
Veteran Peacock exec Ted Cordes will retire at the end of the year, handing over his job as West Coast VP of program standards to NBC's Ken Samuel.
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