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  • Digital transition delay would cost PBS $22M
    Tuesday January 27th 2009

    NEW YORK (AP) – Delaying the upcoming digital TV transition for four months would cost public broadcasters $22 million, the PBS system chief estimated on Monday. Paula Kerger, president and CEO of the Public Broadcasting System, said she hopes lawmakers keep that in mind as they consider legislation to delay[…]

  • Doug Allen forced out of SAG posts
    Tuesday January 27th 2009

    It was hugs and kisses Sunday at the SAG Awards, but Monday morning brought out the knives. Screen Actors Guild national executive director and chief negotiator Doug Allen was summarily removed from his posts by board members critical of his handling of the guild’s TV/theatrical contract negotiations. The ousting of Allen virtually eliminates any possibility of an actors strike.

  • Sony ups Jim Amos to president
    Tuesday January 27th 2009

    Jim Amos has been upped to president of Sony Pictures Releasing. Amos, a 25-year veteran of the studio who most recently was Sony Pictures’ division manager and senior VP of distribution for the Eastern division, fills the vacancy left open when Rory Bruer was recently promoted to prexy of worldwide[…]

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 01/23/09 to 01/25/09
    Monday January 26th 2009

    FilmTotalPaul Blart: Mall Cop, Sony$21,623,182Underworld: Rise of the Lycans, SGem$20,828,511Gran Torino, WB$16,244,462Hotel for Dogs, P/DW$12,860,944Slumdog Millionaire, FoxS$10,699,629My Bloody Valentine 3-D, LGF$10,012,658Inkheart, WB (NL)$7,601,379Bride Wars, Fox$6,868,664The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Par.$6,085,919Notorious (2009), FoxS$5,779,692

  • Producers up early for guild breakfast
    Monday January 26th 2009

    Despite an 8 a.m. start time, this year’s PGA nominees and guild members alike showed up for an early morning spread, sponsored by Daily Variety, Saturday at the Westside Pavilion’s Landmark Theaters. “I didn’t know producers got up this early,” joked Ted Mundorf, CEO of Landmark. PGA president Marshall Herskovitz[…]

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  • Digital transition delay would cost PBS $22M
    Tuesday January 27th 2009

    NEW YORK (AP) – Delaying the upcoming digital TV transition for four months would cost public broadcasters $22 million, the PBS system chief estimated on Monday. Paula Kerger, president and CEO of the Public Broadcasting System, said she hopes lawmakers keep that in mind as they consider legislation to delay[…]

  • Doug Allen forced out of SAG posts
    Tuesday January 27th 2009

    It was hugs and kisses Sunday at the SAG Awards, but Monday morning brought out the knives. Screen Actors Guild national executive director and chief negotiator Doug Allen was summarily removed from his posts by board members critical of his handling of the guild’s TV/theatrical contract negotiations. The ousting of Allen virtually eliminates any possibility of an actors strike.

  • Sony ups Jim Amos to president
    Tuesday January 27th 2009

    Jim Amos has been upped to president of Sony Pictures Releasing. Amos, a 25-year veteran of the studio who most recently was Sony Pictures’ division manager and senior VP of distribution for the Eastern division, fills the vacancy left open when Rory Bruer was recently promoted to prexy of worldwide[…]

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 01/23/09 to 01/25/09
    Monday January 26th 2009

    FilmTotalPaul Blart: Mall Cop, Sony$21,623,182Underworld: Rise of the Lycans, SGem$20,828,511Gran Torino, WB$16,244,462Hotel for Dogs, P/DW$12,860,944Slumdog Millionaire, FoxS$10,699,629My Bloody Valentine 3-D, LGF$10,012,658Inkheart, WB (NL)$7,601,379Bride Wars, Fox$6,868,664The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Par.$6,085,919Notorious (2009), FoxS$5,779,692

  • Producers up early for guild breakfast
    Monday January 26th 2009

    Despite an 8 a.m. start time, this year’s PGA nominees and guild members alike showed up for an early morning spread, sponsored by Daily Variety, Saturday at the Westside Pavilion’s Landmark Theaters. “I didn’t know producers got up this early,” joked Ted Mundorf, CEO of Landmark. PGA president Marshall Herskovitz[…]

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Archives for: January 20095
  • Digital transition delay would cost PBS $22M
    Tuesday January 27th 2009

    NEW YORK (AP) – Delaying the upcoming digital TV transition for four months would cost public broadcasters $22 million, the PBS system chief estimated on Monday. Paula Kerger, president and CEO of the Public Broadcasting System, said she hopes lawmakers keep that in mind as they consider legislation to delay[…]

  • Doug Allen forced out of SAG posts
    Tuesday January 27th 2009

    It was hugs and kisses Sunday at the SAG Awards, but Monday morning brought out the knives. Screen Actors Guild national executive director and chief negotiator Doug Allen was summarily removed from his posts by board members critical of his handling of the guild’s TV/theatrical contract negotiations. The ousting of Allen virtually eliminates any possibility of an actors strike.

  • Sony ups Jim Amos to president
    Tuesday January 27th 2009

    Jim Amos has been upped to president of Sony Pictures Releasing. Amos, a 25-year veteran of the studio who most recently was Sony Pictures’ division manager and senior VP of distribution for the Eastern division, fills the vacancy left open when Rory Bruer was recently promoted to prexy of worldwide[…]

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 01/23/09 to 01/25/09
    Monday January 26th 2009

    FilmTotalPaul Blart: Mall Cop, Sony$21,623,182Underworld: Rise of the Lycans, SGem$20,828,511Gran Torino, WB$16,244,462Hotel for Dogs, P/DW$12,860,944Slumdog Millionaire, FoxS$10,699,629My Bloody Valentine 3-D, LGF$10,012,658Inkheart, WB (NL)$7,601,379Bride Wars, Fox$6,868,664The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Par.$6,085,919Notorious (2009), FoxS$5,779,692

  • Producers up early for guild breakfast
    Monday January 26th 2009

    Despite an 8 a.m. start time, this year’s PGA nominees and guild members alike showed up for an early morning spread, sponsored by Daily Variety, Saturday at the Westside Pavilion’s Landmark Theaters. “I didn’t know producers got up this early,” joked Ted Mundorf, CEO of Landmark. PGA president Marshall Herskovitz[…]

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