Stepping into the production game, actor Michael Rapaport ("Small Time Crooks") has formed Release Entertainment, together with former development exec Michael Lindenbaum, to create a slate of films…
It's out with the old and in with the new at Children's Television Workshop, which has changed its name to Sesame Workshop after 31 years.
Don Hewitt, the founder of "60 Minutes," blasted former colleague Lowell Bergman this weekend over Bergman's version of events portrayed in the film "The Insider."
At the loud, raucous party after Saturday's MTV Movie Awards, president Judy McGrath described the kudocast as "an affectionate alternative to reverential awards shows." Chairman Tom Freston said the…
Fox Broadcasting Co. is again dipping its toe into the telepic waters, tapping Marci Pool to serve as the web's exec vice president of original movies and minis.
Metro, the 24-hour network reaching about 3.8-million cable subscribers in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut, is beefing up its local-sports programming, launching a weekly hourlong series called…
You know the Tonys are in trouble when even New Yorkers would rather be watching the Lakers. Despite the return of Rosie O'Donnell as host, the 51st annual Tony Awards on CBS have apparently sunk to…
John Kricfalusi, creator of "The Ren & Stimpy Show," said Friday his Spumco animation studio has inked a deal with Hearst Entertainment for worldwide merchandise licensing of new animated series "The…
The pay-per-view movie industry may be only half as big as originally thought, according to new revised industry estimates by Adams Media Research.
Leno still has the lead, but Letterman has the momentum. CBS' "The Late Show With David Letterman" closed the gap a bit with its latenight rival during the just concluded season, although NBC's "The…