The Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees has obtained its first contract for freelance broadcast technicians employed by Fox Sports Net New York.
TF1, France's leading terrestrial web, posted provisional consolidated revs for 2003 up 4.5% to E2.7 billion ($3.4 billion) last week.
The reorganization and consolidation of Hughes and DirecTV under the watchful eye of new owner News Corp. has begun, with Hughes on Friday announcing the elimination of 50 positions at the El…
New York magazine media columnist Michael Wolff is ankling to join Vanity Fair as a contributing editor; he will write eight columns per year on the media business.
Sony Screen Gems' hip-hop comedy "You Got Served" tackled an estimated $16 million over its rookie box office frame, but Super Bowl preoccupations flattened other wide openers and several holdover…
Despite the cold, it's business as usual on Broadway. Excluding New Year's week and the week just completed, paid admissions for January are in line with past years. There were 594,000 admissions in…
A trio of first films from Taiwan, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Germany padded away with Tiger Awards at the 33rd Rotterdam Intl. Film Festival, which wrapped Feb. 1. Each award was worth $12,500 and a…
What happens when a studio has a remake and a spoof of the very same film in its pipeline? Universal is dealing with just that question. On March 19, it will release "Dawn of the Dead," Zack Snyder's…
Is business bad on Broadway in January? Do people ski in Aspen? As Gotham shivers through a particularly cold winter, there's actually some moderately good news to report: Things aren't much worse…
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