Internet network On2.com has tapped Douglas Song VP of corporate development. Song will develop On2.com’s financial and corporate strategies, staying on the look-out for possible merger and…
The Securities and Exchange Commission has filed a complaint in federal court against the LeLong Investment Group, alleging that the Encino, Calif.-based firm lied to its clients when inking…
The Multicultural Motion Picture Assn. is accepting applications for its annual filmmaking scholarship, awarded to student directors from diverse cultural backgrounds.
Think of it as "Charlotte's Web" meets "The Terminator." Sony has purchased the theatrical rights to Interplay Entertainment's CD-ROM vidgame "Redneck Rampage" for Betty Thomas and Jenno Topping's…
Columbia TriStar Home Video has tapped Derrick Forster, VP, Canada.
The British government has announced that it hopes to switch off analog TV transmissions no later than 2010, and possibly as early as 2006.
John Wells, creator and exec producer of "ER," has been elected president of the Writers Guild of America West. He beat Beth Sullivan, creator of "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman," by a 854 votes to 614.
Bari Halle and Rob Harland have been upped to veepees of production for Studios USA Television.
The executive who oversees Walt Disney Co.'s Go Network of Internet sites was arrested after soliciting sex online from an FBI agent posing as a 13-year-old girl, a spokesman for federal prosecutors…
The Slamdance Film Festival, which last January celebrated its fifth season in Park City, Utah, will screen three feature films and three shorts on Sept. 18 at the Tribeca Film Center.
The European Commission confirmed at its midday press conference Thursday that it will authorize Open TV to operate in the U.K. for seven years.