Warner Bros. Television Group has signed on with Internet TV service Joost to provide exclusive programming. Deal marks first time that WBTVG will launch WB-branded programming services online.
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On the 30th anniversary of the Son of Sam murders, Gotham's WCBS has locked up an exclusive sit-down interview with convicted serial killer David Berkowitz.
Amid the boosterish rush of the just-wrapped Tribeca Film Festival, Robert De Niro was talking admiringly about ... Connecticut?
Horse-racing purists, brace yourself. The Kentucky Derby, the nation's most prestigious horse race, is getting its celebrity close-up. This year NBC has added red-carpet coverage, to kick off at 4:30…
NBC Sports is making its own Run for the Roses this year at the 133rd Kentucky Derby, upping its race coverage to two hours and, for the first time, adding red-carpet coverage.
Flanked by producer Jane Rosenthal and MPAA's Mike Robinson, Gotham's Mayor Michael Bloomberg signed anti-piracy legislation Tuesday that will increase penalties and fines for illegal taping in movie…
Watch your back, Dana Vachon. Two weeks after being crowned the literary darling of the moment with a hyped book, a six-figure movie deal and parties coast-to-coast, the "Mergers & Acquisitions"…
Live Nation is renaming Gotham's Gramercy Theater as the Blender Theater at Gramercy in a branding effort with Blender magazine. Live Nation will book the venue with plans for about 250 concerts…
The Weinstein Co. has hired Barry Gordon as executive vice president of home entertainment. Gordon will report to Bob and Harvey Weinstein and will be the liaison for the company's activities in the…
Responding to Gotham's production glut, "vest pocket" studios -- small, specialized sound studios -- are popping up around the city, becoming an increasingly popular alternative to the larger, more…
Gotham real estate has seen entertainment bizzers come and go over the years. But recently, the activity -- mostly an influx -- seems to be on the rise.