In the months since Dane Cook first mounted his groundbreaking MySpace marketing campaign and "Saturday Night Live's" "Lazy Sunday" skit helped vault YouTube to a billion-dollar Google buyout, online…
Allen remains a top name in family comedy, with "Wild Hogs" and "The Santa Clause 3" spinning off $253 million and $111 million respectively at the global box office.
Fourteen years removed from his last "Look Who's Talking" gig, Travolta returned to laughs in March with Disney's "Wild Hogs," a midlife buddy comedy that surprised cast and crix alike with a $39.7…
While he first made a name for himself by helming the raunchy National Lampoon-branded pic "Van Wilder" back in 2002, Becker took his career to the next level in 2007 in the family comedy realm…
The Turner Entertainment Networks prexy's rebranding of TBS as a comedy leader -- a strategy he unveiled back in 2004 with the "Very Funny" campaign -- is now complete.
Weird Al Yankovic had already enjoyed a decades-long run as a parodist before the MySpace generation emerged.
With the major studios more equally divided than ever between Blu-ray and HD DVD camps, will it be independent suppliers who determine the outcome of the format war?
Twenty years ago, Victor Harwood left his think-tank days at WGBH in Boston behind him to throw a conference in the development hotbed of San Francisco --asking patrons for just $25 to attend a…
Pay outlets like HBO and Showtime have to approach the TV-on-DVD money tree with a little more caution than the broadcast networks do.
If you're searching for an analogy to describe the still-potent TV-on-DVD market, look no further than NBC U's "Heroes."
Tim Clott, a former Paramount and Lyrick Studios exec, has begun to supplement Echo Bridge's $10-and-under DVD niche catalog with a wave of higher-priced new releases.