If it's true that hit shows define a network, then the brands of each have been reinforced by their strongest rookies of the fall.
The Walt Disney Co. has engineered a major overhaul of cabler ABC Family, drawing heavily on series, movies and specials that originally ran on the broadcast network.
AT&T topper C. Michael Armstrong's oft-maligned $100 billion cable strategy is finally coming together -- and all he had to do was give up the helm and sell the company.
Columbia TriStar India is slowly increasing its distribution ops in the country. In 1999, it had success with "Pyar Mein Kabhi Kabhi," and is doing well this year with Mira Nair's "Monsoon Wedding,"…
With Korean movies snagging more than 40% of local B.O. and homegrown hits bringing seven-digit profits to producers, Koreans are realizing that movies can be as good as gold to investors.
Box office is the measure of success weekend by weekend, but studio reputations are made with market share.
With a new production company, a TV deal with the U.K.'s Granada, access to a $90 million film fund, a couple of recent big-name productions and an ambitious project for young filmmakers, Studio…
As 2001 winds down and critics begin to release their "best of" lists, it's a good time to acknowledge Shari Redstone as the entertainment executive of the year.
Entertainment heavyweight Pearson is pulling out of the TV industry to concentrate on its core publishing business.
Fueled by local B.O. successes and a red-hot pan-Asian market, the Thai film biz is ramping up.
In 2001, local Euro films managed to make themselves heard over the "Shreks" and "Pearl Harbors" coming out of the Hollywood studios.