Snap, the joint Internet directory and search service from NBC and CNET, on Tuesday said they will launch "Cyclone," a free service for users of high-speed cable modems by March.
Dwight Caines has been upped to veep of market research for the Columbia TriStar Motion Picture Group.
Enid Graham and Rocco Sisto have been cast in Primary Stages' production of "The Turn of the Screw." The Off Broadway show is a new adaptation by Jeffrey Hatcher of Henry James' novella about ghostly…
Antonio Mora has been named news anchor for "Good Morning America," Shelley Ross, the program's executive producer, announced Monday.
Frustrated by capacity limitations at cable systems, femme-skewed Hispanic cabler Gems is going after lease agreements with low-powered broadcasters.
A former business manager of the Hollywood-based Intl. Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 45 has pleaded guilty to embezzling thousands of dollars from the union. Prosecutors contend the sum was…
Pacific Title/Mirage Studio Inc., has tapped William Plant as prexy of the f/x shop's digital division.
CBS has scored brawny Sunday football-overrun numbers to assure itself an easy primetime Nielsens victory in Jan. 11-17 household results, scheduled for release by Nielsen today.
Sony Online Entertainment and 989 Studios, a division of Sony Computer Entertainment America Inc., on Monday, said they will launch RedEye Interactive to develop interactive games for the studio's…
Miramax's "Life Is Beautiful" moved back to the top of the exclusives roster as 20th Century Fox's "The Thin Red Line" went wide.