Eleven years ago, Ryan Kavanaugh backed a company that devised a way to bring video-on-demand into living rooms. It failed, but he never gave up on VOD.
Ryan Kavanaugh got involved in his favorite charity through a former girlfriend. An actress, she dragged him to the Art of the Elysium events.
When Ryan Kavanaugh bought Rogue Pictures from Universal in January, he knew he was getting a genre label with a small library. What he didn't realize -- at least at first -- was the value of the…
John Calley has always followed two golden rules: Trust your gut and trust your filmmaker.
The opening of Regal Cinemas' L.A. Live Stadium 14 on Tuesday with the first showings of Michael Jackson's "This Is It" will mark a turning point for the revitalization of downtown L.A.
You ain't seen nothing yet. That was the refrain at Variety's inaugural entertainment and technology summit.
Is "Twilight" the dawning of a new era for video-on-demand?
Montana Artists Agency has tapped Ralph Berge as senior VP of television and Nick Malkin as commercial department head.
Studios are collapsing video-on-demand windows in an effort to combat sagging DVD sales and cheap Redbox rentals.
Yahoo Media Group, a division of the Netco racked by exec turnover since the late 2006 exit of topper Lloyd Braun, has ramped up its original programming under CEO Carol Bartz.