Ed Razzano has been named senior director of film and TV for BMG. Based in Gotham, he will report to Ron Broitman, veepee of film and TV in L.A.
The two sides of the music industry have an upstairs-downstairs relationship at the Midem show in the Palais: nearly one-third the attending companies promote the distribution of music via computers…
Getting in under the wire on Saturday just hours before music feature "DIG!" won the Sundance Film Festival's Grand Jury Prize for best documentary, Palm Pictures acquired North American theatrical…
Albeit without the Howard Dean screech, ratings-challenged CNN on Friday ordered another dramatic course change that includes putting a new face in charge of all election-year coverage and Washington…
Hal Cleveland has been appointed prexy-CEO of Connecticut-based chain Crown Theaters.
The DVD Copy Control Assn. (DVD-CCA), the licensing agency for the CSS encryption system used on DVDs, has dropped its 4-year-old trade secrets lawsuit against a California man who posted the…
Shares of Martha Stewart Omnimedia edged higher Friday in spite of a down market -- rising nearly 5% to $13.39 -- capping an oddly upbeat week for the stock as the harried homemaker's trial moved…
German media and publishing giant Bertelsmann announced Friday that its supervisory board has unanimously voted to extend CEO Gunter Thielen's contract through Aug. 31, 2007.
Hoping for a full-time acting career, announcer Edd Hall will exit "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" in March.
The new year is ringing in brighter ratings for CBS latenight host David Letterman, even if his stow still trails well behind that of NBC's seemingly invincible Jay Leno.
Sony Pictures Television has cleared syndie skeins "Pat Croce: Moving In" and "Life & Style" across 60% of the country.