Sandy Grushow is ankling his post as Fox Television Entertainment Group chairman, ending the longest era of exec stability in the network's 17-year history.
Showtime Networks' public-relations operation is getting its biggest shakeup in more than a decade with the signing of veteran Richard Licata as exec VP in charge of programming publicity for…
The New York Latino Film Festival is offering a $2,000 scholarship and internship opportunity to Latino high school seniors interested in film.
It's official: 2003 was a yawn at the box office. At least that seems the collective response of American moviegoers, with admissions off almost 5%.
KTLA continued its streak last week as queen of the "Tournament of Roses Parade," while Spanish-lingo KMEX -- still celebrating its November sweep demo victory -- also had reason to cheer.
Helmers Clint Eastwood and Peter Weir have been tapped for special kudos from the Broadcast Film Critics Assn.
Union publicists have tapped Walt Disney Studios chairman Richard Cook to receive the org's Motion Picture Showmanship Award.
The year's film fests delivered on glitz and glam but also showed signs of brazen corporate infiltration during 2003.
Is online DVD rentailer Netflix ready for Main Street? Having already wowed Wall Street with 400%-plus stock price gains in 2003, the subscription-based DVD movie rental club is quickly proving that…
Barrelling through its third orbit overseas, "The Lord of the Rings" finale amassed an estimated $53 million last weekend, propelling its foreign cume to $385 million and lifting its worldwide take…
Jim Carrey and Nicole Kidman were the top box office stars of 2003, according to a poll conducted by Massachusetts-based Quigley Publishing.