Barry Diller's 2.7-acre Pier55 project along the Hudson River was dealt a legal blow Thursday. A judge ruled that the Army Corps of Engineers failed to consider the $200 million site a protected fish... To view the full story, click the title link.
At CES, Barry Diller said “movie companies rarely make a lot of money.” So now what? Continue reading on Film School Rejects »
Advertisers can thrive in Netflix world, if they adapt, says media exec Barry Diller
Media mogul Barry Diller thinks the future belongs to companies like Netflix, and that ad-supported television is going to crash. “This is thought to be the best year for content, and most of that content is not on linear televisionShow More Summary
The next iteration of CES will commence on January 5, 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The gathering where several hundred thousand technology-inclined individuals will oooo and ahhh over the latest advances in things that would make Jules...Show More Summary
Stephen Karam’s one-act drama The Humans will conclude the New York leg of its remarkable journey on January 15, a week shy of its one-year anniversary on Broadway. Producers Scott Rudin and Barry Diller said Thursday that a national...Show More Summary
A small nonprofit that launched a multi-pronged and pricey legal battle against Barry Diller's 2.7 acre Pier55 project along the Hudson River has not filed required financial disclosure tax forms... To view the full story, click the title link.
It’s “total bullshit” that producers can’t release tapes from Donald Trump’s reality show “The Apprentice” for contractual reasons, says billionaire media mogul Barry Diller. “There are no legal obligations,” the IAC chairman told Politico Playbook in an interview published Wednesday. Show More Summary
"They can do whatever ever they want with [the footage]."
Media executive Barry Diller sounded off Wednesday on the suggestion that there may be more damaging tapes of Donald Trump from the archives of his shows "The Apprentice" and "The Celebrity Apprentice." In a statement, "Apprentice" creator...Show More Summary
“I was pretty hot in TV and my boss Michael Eisner and Barry Diller thought ‘Fck you. We’re firing you!’ … I was kinda getting kicked out of the TV business, but was writing this mermaid movie called Splash,” said Brian Grazer to a packed...Show More Summary
When in doubt, call in the Big Dog – that’s what Hillary Clinton’s ailing campaign has done. Bill Clinton will be stepping in tomorrow for his pneumonia plagued wife at the pricey fundraisers set for Seth MacFarlane and Barry Diller’s homes, campaign sources confirm to…
A panel of judges dismissed a lawsuit Thursday against Pier55, the proposed park along the Hudson River funded by media mogul Barry Diller and fashion executive Diane Von Furstenberg. "We are... To view the full story, click the title link.
EXCLUSIVE: She might be still fundamentally keeping away from the press, but it seems that Hillary Clinton can't stay away from that Hollywood cash. The Democratic presidential nominee will be back in Los Angeles next week for two more Tinseltown fundraisers hosted by Seth MacFarlane and Barry Diller & Diane von Furstenberg, I’ve learned. Show More Summary
A real-estate mogul, speculates Barry Diller and the New York Times.
Barry Diller has faced an opponent in his effort to build a park on the West Side of Manhattan: the City Club of New York, which he says is being supported by the real estate tycoon Douglas Durst.
Are you ready to walk on water? Pier 55, otherwise known as the island park Barry Diller is spearheading, has been officially sanctioned by the courts. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
Barry Diller's floating island park on the Hudson River shoreline got a bit of good news from the courts Tuesday.
It's been nearly two years since billionaire Barry Diller announced his plan to pay for a $130 million park over the Hudson River, and since then, the park has faced a persistent legal challenge from the City Club of New York, a good...Show More Summary
A panel of judges ruled Monday that construction can resume on Pier55, a 2.7-acre park funded by media mogul Barry Diller and fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg. Just last month, the same court... To view the full story, click the title link.