With the second trailer to "Star Wars: Episode One -- The Phantom Menace" out in theaters, overzealous fans are once again going trailer happy and are even willing to cross legal lines to cash in on…
Don Buckley, who helped launch Warner Bros. Online in 1996, has been tapped to head the studio's newly created new media department within its theatrical advertising and publicity division as senior…
Rich Vokulich, senior VP of business affairs for Fox Broadcasting, has been tapped executive VP and top business lieutenant at Fox Television Studios.
Marking one of the largest Internet deals to date, billionaire media entrepreneur Paul Allen said he plans to invest $750 million for a controlling stake in Seattle-based Internet startup Go2Net.
Warner Bros. Online prexy Jim Moloshok issued a battle cry Friday at the Variety Interactive Marketing Summit in Rancho Mirage, declaring that the major studios should unite to stop competing online…
Two questions dominated Variety's second annual Interactive Marketing Summit March 10-12 in Rancho Mirage: Which high-speed Internet delivery system -- telephone-based DSL, satellite or cable modems…
With a countless number of Web sites trying to attract Internet users, branding and convenience is key to a company's success online, said Bob Pittman, chief operating officer and prexy of America…
Moving a step closer to enabling helmers to direct digital actors, Paraform Inc., the software developer funded by Paul G. Allen, has begun building a library of digital humans.
In an effort to trim its print costs and improve the sound of its future film releases, Warner Bros. said it will begin releasing all future releases on a new soundtrack system using dye tracks.
Larry Zine has been tapped as chief financial officer of Blockbuster, a move that reunites him with the video rental chain's chairman and CEO John Antioco.
Taking one step closer to enabling directors to direct digital actors, Paraform Inc., the software developer funded by Paul G. Allen, has begun building a library of digital humans. The company plans…