Sonicblue, the bankrupt maker of television recording devices, has sold its GoVideo business to Opta Systems for $12.5 million.
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The shakeup continues at GQ, where just over a week after Jim Nelson stepped up as editor-in-chief, managing editor Martin Beiser has been asked to step aside.
NBC latenight chief Rick Ludwin has signed a new deal keeping him at the Peacock for the next three years.
Reality vet Ed Horwitz has joined LMNO Prods. as vice president of production. Horwitz joins the company from Nash Entertainment, where he was supervising producer on series including "Meet My Folks."
Artisan Entertainment has lost its fraud case against financier Peter Hoffman and Heath Insurance Broking that stemmed from an insurance-backed film finance deal that went south.
Ozzy Osbourne high on nitrous oxide, 'N Sync's Justin Timberlake getting his house repossessed and Snoop Dogg working the drive-through window at Arby's --those were just a few of the teasers…
The studios have quietly taken their anti-piracy battle to the statehouse. As has happened on the federal level, the move to toughen laws has drawn fire from consumer advocates and technology and…
The ICM book division has opened a London branch, ICM Books Ltd., to handle foreign rights to U.S. titles and serve as a conduit to the increasingly lucrative Blighty lit market.
Plucky TV and radio station owner Emmis Communications officially joined those interested in purchasing the News Corp.-owned Los Angeles Dodgers on Friday, part of a strategy whose ultimate aim is to…
Grammy may have shut her out this year, but Avril Lavigne is well loved at home in the Great White North, where the girl from Napanee took four Juno Awards over the weekend.