The NFL playoffs delivered more awesome ratings with a pair of down-to-the-wire finishes on Sunday, while the WB got off to a strong start with the debut of reality series "High School Reunion."
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FremantleMedia, the Euro-based conglom behind the "American Idol" format, is promoting two of its U.S.-based senior managers. David Lyle has been named president of entertainment and drama for…
New Democratic FCC commish Jonathan Adelstein made it clear Monday that he's against further consolidation of the media biz, questioning the wisdom of a Republican campaign to relax an unprecedented…
Muvico Theaters, a 233-screen movie chain based in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., said Monday it has secured a $50 million private placement from an unspecified institutional investor.
TBS will experiment for the first time ever with a sitcom in primetime, scheduling reruns of "Seinfeld" Wednesdays at 8 and 8:30 ET.
Catch me if you can: That challenge from "The Lord of the Rings" blockbuster was cheerfully accepted by "8 Mile," "Catch Me If You Can" and "Two Weeks Notice" which began their foreign excursions in…
"The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers" has sold more tickets through online vendor Fandango than any film in the service's three-year history.
Stronger broadcast signals and better receiving equipment should overcome reported reception problems with digital TV, avoiding the need for radical changes in the U.S. format, according to a report…
The Screen Actors Guild Awards has sent out ballots with more than 1,400 potential nominees for performances during 2002 in five film and eight TV categories.
For the second time in six months, CNBC is changing its primetime schedule. The financial news cabler pulled its Friday 9 p.m. panel discussion, "Wall Street Journal Editorial Board With Stuart…