The 1999 New York Yankees may be a team for the ages, but their dominance has meant highly forgettable Nielsen ratings.
At the multiplex, no one can hear you scream. Such is the case when studios try to schedule pics around Halloween, anyway. When debuts come within two days of the holiday, auds tend to shrivel up…
John Fithian, a Washington-based attorney for the National Association of Theatre Owners, will replace William F. Kartozian as the trade group's prexy on Jan. 1.
Activision has inked its largest publishing deal with Disney Interactive -- rolling out the "Toy Story 2" videogame tie-ins for both the Sony PlayStation and Nintendo 64 consoles.
Charles Kennedy has been named veep of programming at the Fox Broadcasting Co.
USA Networks Inc., moving fast toward a debt-free balance sheet, is well positioned for deals, and chairman Barry Diller promised Thursday to launch or buy a few cable networks soon.
News Corp.'s profits dipped in the latest quarter but still beat expectations, as Fox Entertainment's meager film slate of late was no match for last year's juggernaut of "There's Something About…
Oxygen Media hit the road Thursday with a national "tank tour" intended to spread the gospel of the women's cable network, which is set to launch on Feb. 2.
Pocket Monsters and Digital Monsters are scaring up a real Saturday morning ratings race.
"The Sopranos" writer-creator David Chase has inked a deal with Sony Pictures Entertainment to write and helm his first feature, an action-comedy titled "Female Suspects" for Columbia Pictures.