Young Broadcasting swung to a net loss of $32 million for the first quarter from a $10 million profit the year before, due in large part to costs associated with its purchase of San Francisco's…
Exhib Cinemark USA posted a narrowed first-quarter loss amid a 12% rise in revenue shaped by boosts both in admissions and concession sales.
United Pan-Europe Communications has posted a loss of 556 million euro ($489 million) for the first quarter of 2001, up from $411 million and despite a 67% boost in sales to $293 million.
Amid a major push to extend its influence in the U.S., German conglom Bertelsmann will open an office this week in Washington, D.C., U.S. chief exec Joel Klein said at a venture capital conference in…
NBC scored a rather easy primetime victory among young adults last week, using a balanced attack to help compensate for its slightly less powerful Thursday lineup.
Director Gus Van Sant is reteaming with his "Good Will Hunting" star Matt Damon to shoot a low-budget movie, provisionally titled "Jerry," which will be sold internationally by FilmFour Intl.
Korean conglom Samsung is fully financing a hugely ambitious, technologically groundbreaking animated movie, "Skyquest," which is likely to become the most expensive Korean film ever made.
Intermedia has added Kevin Spacey's Trigger Street Prods. to its stable of producers, staking the company to a first-look deal. The relationship resulted from Intermedia's involvement in the upcoming…
WMA Independent's Cassian Elwes, Rena Ronson and Shaun Redick have secured financing for director-d.p. Dan Mintz and producer-writer Jeff Ritchie's "American Crime."
United Pan Europe Communications has posted a 556 million euro ($489 million) loss for the first quarter of 2001, up from $411 million and despite a 67% boost in sales to $293 million.
Bertelsmann has announced it is folding its Internet retailer BOL.com into its book and music club division, DirectGroup, and shutting down