Eager for payback on its nearly $800 million 2004 Olympic investment, NBC kicked off its local ad sales campaign Tuesday, touting some 860 hours (and counting) of blanket coverage of the Athens Games…
With Super Bowl Sunday less than three weeks away, CBS has sold roughly 85% of its advertising inventory. Average price for the bowl's prized 30-second spots looks to be about 10% more than last…
Microsoft's No. 2 vidgame exec, VP of game publishing Ed Fries, has ankled for undisclosed reasons.
Former Pacific Theaters exec Ted Mundorff has been named VP-head film buyer at Landmark Theaters. Tuesday's official announcement follows earlier word Mundorff was prepared to bolt Pacific, his…
In keeping with the strategy of the two companies to release many of their films very quickly to DVD, Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment has set a release date of March 9 for Revolution Studios'…
"Never put your own money in a show!" screams Max Bialystock in "The Producers." "That's taboo!" Rosie O'Donnell's new musical, "Taboo," will close in February. O'Donnell bankrolled the entire $10…
Powerful postseason professional pigskin perfs on two nets and the hottest-starting reality series in a year on another made for an extremely tight ratings race in the first full week of January…
Shareholders of Granada and Carlton Communications, as expected, agreed in separate sessions Tuesday to merge the two U.K. media groups.
Warner Bros. is moving into China: Its first flagship Studio Store will open in Shanghai no later than 2005.
Australian children's series "Hi-5" and "The Sleepover Club" will air in Asia via newly minted deals inked by Southern Star Sales.