"Letterman" producer Jude Brennan has been named to the newly created position of senior VP, programming, Oxygen Media.
You wouldn't know it from looking at the site, but Oscar's new home is slowly becoming more than just an architect's pipe dream.
Carsey-Werner Intl. has tapped Artear's Sheila Hall to open a Latin American office here in January.
A realignment of responsibilities involving two top Daily Variety editors was announced by Peter Bart, vice president and editor-in-chief. Jonathan Taylor has been named executive editor in charge of…
Time Warner will actively pursue deals in the digital arena through its 6-month-old Time Warner Digital Media unit, chairman-CEO Gerald Levin said Tuesday.
“Mary, Mother of Jesus,” the two-hour original movie that played during the November sweeps on NBC, will get its second run — not on NBC but on the Odyssey cable network in April. This scheduling…
Winning an Academy Award not only translates into the highest honor in motion pictures, but its attendant fame fans out far beyond Hollywood, and the legacy it fuels no less than eternal.
In an attempt to make up ground lost to the superstores and online book sellers, Time Warner's Book of the Month Club and Bertelsmann's Doubleday Direct are partnering to form the largest book club…
Twentieth Century Fox Film and HBO announced Tuesday they've inked a new six-year output deal to run Fox Filmed Entertainment theatrical releases on the Time Warner cable net through 2009.
Tony Goldwyn has inked to star opposite Arnold Schwarzenegger in Phoenix Pictures' "On the Sixth Day."
Microsoft's WebTV Networks said Tuesday it will bow its own digital video recorder service, initially only for subscribers of EchoStar's DishPlayer satellite service.