Computer chip giant Intel Corp. will add live concerts, online radio and digital music downloads to its WebOutfitter service, a free site for owners of its Pentium III computer processor, it…
The Jim Henson Co. has upped May Chin to account manager in the consumer products division. In her new position, Chin will be responsible for product management pertaining to development for the MGM…
Turner Broadcasting announced Thursday it will team with Time Inc. and Advance Publications to create a cable network and Web site targeted at women.
Caitlin Scanlon has joined Artisan Entertainment as executive vice president of production.
Industry visionaries seek global domination. TNT hopes this tag line, which describes the high-profile "Pirates of Silicon Valley," will snare Emmy voters' attention.
In an effort to bolster its consumer and corporate television division, PMK has announced the appointment of Stacey Luchs to senior account supervisor. The announcement was made by Pat Kingsley…
James Blades, a symphonic percussionist whose most widely heard work was banging out “V for victory” for the BBC’s World War II broadcasts, died May 19 at his home in Cheam, England. He was 97…
News Corp. is close to finalizing a reshuffle at the top ranks of Fox Broadcasting, involving the elevation of Fox Broadcasting Corp. chairman/CEO David Hill to a new position overseeing Fox's…
Yahoo! CEO Tim Koogle's words of wisdom were stark, and even threatening: Traditional broadcast media must mix well with the Internet if they want to stay alive.
Loud-mouthed campaigns for Emmys often succeed, although they're not always essential. The two stars who've won the most trophies -- Mary Tyler Moore and Ed Asner (seven each) -- never took out a…