Sometimes a building is just a building. But APA president Jim Gosnell sees his company's new 5,700-square-foot annex as a symbol of the agency's growing competitive edge.
Spielberg went to the Old Dominion for rebates and history.
Producer saw gold in Japanese formats that became U.S. hits
Vin Di Bona's 'America's Funniest Home Videos' reaches 500th episode milestone on ABC
Whether it's babies rejecting food to the bombastic orchestral sounds of Strauss' "Also Sprach Zarathustra" or ladies getting their party on to the tune of Gretchen Wilson's "Redneck Woman," there is…
Searchable clip library helps show's scribes pull together fresh segments
Before Tom Bergeron taped his first episode of "America's Funniest Home Videos" back in 2001, producer Vin Di Bona asked him if there was anything he'd like to see in the studio.
A generation comes to grips with changing business models.
The one-sheet for the 2001 Holocaust drama "The Grey Zone" hangs above Avi Lerner's desk. An ink-black rectangle with a foggy keyhole image of a hunched man at its center, it contrasts starkly with…
Maestro of classy fare arrives to lead Millenium's newly upgraded pic slate