Producer Michael Weisman has been tapped for a second tour of duty at NBC Sports and will head the net's "Football Night in America."
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Following Sundance Film Festival's lead, Tribeca Film Festival will go wireless this year and offer trailers, shorts and full-length features. For the first time ever, fest content will be available…
There was something strange about seeing Warner Bros. CEO Edgar Bronfman Jr., Twisted Sister's Dee Snyder and singer Phil Collins in the same room at the April 17 preem for "Atlantic Records: The…
Microsoft and the New York Television Festival have partnered to launch Xbox Live's Originals contest, giving aspiring television producers a shot at creating their own show.
Gotham city council passed new legislation Thursday that will increase fines for illegally videotaping films in theaters from $250 to $5000 and provide up to six months jail time for repeat offenders.
Anonymous Content has acquired rights to "Mergers & Acquisitions," the freshman effort from Dana Vachon, Gotham's current literary darling, in a deal worth high six figures. Anonymous won out after a…
Gotham's Prospect Park, Randall's Island and Shea Stadium are among the sites under consideration for July 7's Live Earth concerts to fight global warming.
Thomas Evans, a former research veep at Nielsen, has signed on with ESPN as vice president of digital and cross-media measurement.
So much for Viacom's hardline stance against YouTube. The media conglom may have inadvertently undercut its own $1 billion copyright-infringement lawsuit against the Google-owned video-sharing site.
HBO Archives and Thought Equity Motion have partnered to provide the online availability of "The March of Time Collection," an exclusive library of historic film footage from the documentary series…
Live Nation hopes to trigger a flashback to the acid rock heyday of the late 1960s by aggressively expanding its Fillmore franchise. Beginning April 11, a handful of theaters owned by Live Nation…