UPN has pacted with Internet consulting firm Protagonist to develop strategies for entering the interactive TV market.
Commercial agents Rod Baron and Gar Lester have struck out on their own to launch Baron Entertainment, officially opening up shop next week.
Milton Krents, a broadcast executive who produced the religious drama and discussion series “The Eternal Light” on NBC radio for the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, died Jan. 8 in New York of…
ShowBiz Data, Time Warner's Entertaindom.com and Sun Microsystems will open an interactive lounge for Sundance festgoers, offering e-mail services, online games and digitally screened films.
Creative Artists Agency has upped three trainees to its agent ranks. Andrea Nelson joins the motion picture department as a talent agent; Jared Hoffman and Jim Toth will round out the new-media…
Anthony Minghella has been named ShoWest 2000 director of the year, picking up some buzz heading into Sunday's Golden Globe Awards.
While feature-length documentaries have been considered by many to form the backbone of quality programming at Sundance, the fest's burgeoning short films program might be considered its ace in the…
King World Intl. prexy Fred Cohen has been named president of the Intl. Council of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, succeeding Kay Koplovitz.
Gotham-based First Run Features has acquired domestic distribution rights to Peter Cohen's "Homo Sapiens 1900."
Hollywood.com, created by Sci-Fi Channel founders Mitchell Rubenstein and Laurie S. Silvers, will launch a complementary Web destination, Broadway.com, in April.