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  • Canada’s Sphere circles Hollywood
    Wednesday May 28th 2008

    MONTREAL – Canuck production company Sphere Media Plus has signed with APA Talent and Literary Agency for representation with the aim of selling rights to develop English adaptations of Sphere French-language hits in Hollywood. Sphere produces “Sophie,” which is an English adaptation of the popular French Quebec comedy series “Les[…]

  • David E. Kelley moving to Warner Bros. TV
    Wednesday May 28th 2008

    One of the longest and most prolific producing collaborations in television is coming to an end. After more than two decades at 20th Century Fox TV, Emmy-winning writer-producer David E. Kelley is moving to Warner Bros. TV with a three-year overall deal. Under the pact, said to be around eight figures, Kelley will develop new scripted and unscripted series for broadcast and cable as well as digital projects.

  • Deal clears path for two-way digital TVs
    Wednesday May 28th 2008

    The major cable operators and Sony have announced a plug-and-play agreement that likely will break the logjam that has threatened the widespread introduction of two-way digital TV sets in the marketplace.

  • Biz watches AFTRA-studio cliffhanger
    Wednesday May 28th 2008

    It was as tense and dramatic as any primetime drama’s season finale: The industry was left in a holding pattern Tuesday, waiting for word about whether AFTRA had inked a deal on its primetime TV contract with the Alliance of Motion Picture & Television Producers.

  • Cannes 2008: Lots of stars, and some movies, too
    Tuesday May 27th 2008

    Indy made his comeback at Cannes, and Woody came back as usual. Angelina showed off her baby bump on the red carpet, and Madonna sold off everything in her handbag at a charity auction. This year’s Cannes Film Festival, which ended Sunday, had plenty of celebrities to please the star-watchers – but moviegoers were more disappointed. . .

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Archives for: May 20085
  • Canada’s Sphere circles Hollywood
    Wednesday May 28th 2008

    MONTREAL – Canuck production company Sphere Media Plus has signed with APA Talent and Literary Agency for representation with the aim of selling rights to develop English adaptations of Sphere French-language hits in Hollywood. Sphere produces “Sophie,” which is an English adaptation of the popular French Quebec comedy series “Les[…]

  • David E. Kelley moving to Warner Bros. TV
    Wednesday May 28th 2008

    One of the longest and most prolific producing collaborations in television is coming to an end. After more than two decades at 20th Century Fox TV, Emmy-winning writer-producer David E. Kelley is moving to Warner Bros. TV with a three-year overall deal. Under the pact, said to be around eight figures, Kelley will develop new scripted and unscripted series for broadcast and cable as well as digital projects.

  • Deal clears path for two-way digital TVs
    Wednesday May 28th 2008

    The major cable operators and Sony have announced a plug-and-play agreement that likely will break the logjam that has threatened the widespread introduction of two-way digital TV sets in the marketplace.

  • Biz watches AFTRA-studio cliffhanger
    Wednesday May 28th 2008

    It was as tense and dramatic as any primetime drama’s season finale: The industry was left in a holding pattern Tuesday, waiting for word about whether AFTRA had inked a deal on its primetime TV contract with the Alliance of Motion Picture & Television Producers.

  • Cannes 2008: Lots of stars, and some movies, too
    Tuesday May 27th 2008

    Indy made his comeback at Cannes, and Woody came back as usual. Angelina showed off her baby bump on the red carpet, and Madonna sold off everything in her handbag at a charity auction. This year’s Cannes Film Festival, which ended Sunday, had plenty of celebrities to please the star-watchers – but moviegoers were more disappointed. . .

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ARCHIVES

Archives for: May 20085
  • Canada’s Sphere circles Hollywood
    Wednesday May 28th 2008

    MONTREAL – Canuck production company Sphere Media Plus has signed with APA Talent and Literary Agency for representation with the aim of selling rights to develop English adaptations of Sphere French-language hits in Hollywood. Sphere produces “Sophie,” which is an English adaptation of the popular French Quebec comedy series “Les[…]

  • David E. Kelley moving to Warner Bros. TV
    Wednesday May 28th 2008

    One of the longest and most prolific producing collaborations in television is coming to an end. After more than two decades at 20th Century Fox TV, Emmy-winning writer-producer David E. Kelley is moving to Warner Bros. TV with a three-year overall deal. Under the pact, said to be around eight figures, Kelley will develop new scripted and unscripted series for broadcast and cable as well as digital projects.

  • Deal clears path for two-way digital TVs
    Wednesday May 28th 2008

    The major cable operators and Sony have announced a plug-and-play agreement that likely will break the logjam that has threatened the widespread introduction of two-way digital TV sets in the marketplace.

  • Biz watches AFTRA-studio cliffhanger
    Wednesday May 28th 2008

    It was as tense and dramatic as any primetime drama’s season finale: The industry was left in a holding pattern Tuesday, waiting for word about whether AFTRA had inked a deal on its primetime TV contract with the Alliance of Motion Picture & Television Producers.

  • Cannes 2008: Lots of stars, and some movies, too
    Tuesday May 27th 2008

    Indy made his comeback at Cannes, and Woody came back as usual. Angelina showed off her baby bump on the red carpet, and Madonna sold off everything in her handbag at a charity auction. This year’s Cannes Film Festival, which ended Sunday, had plenty of celebrities to please the star-watchers – but moviegoers were more disappointed. . .

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