Tom Espeland, formerly exec VP and chief information officer at Viacom's infoworks, has been named chief information officer at Bertelsmann eCommerce Group.
The United Artists chain, continuing the blood bath in the exhibition sector, has filed for Chapter 11 federal bankruptcy protection. UA, the nation's sixth largest chain with 225 theaters, declared…
More consolidation is coming to the Japanese cable TV market as four cablers are set to forge an alliance that would result in the nation's second largest cable company.
Would somebody please give poor UPN a break?
Seagram Co.'s Universal Music Group asked a federal judge Tuesday for $450 million in damages from MP3.com Inc. for violating the company's copyrights.
Manager-producers Paul Young and Peter Principato have formed a management-production firm, with one of its first projects, Thomas Lennon and Ben Garant's "You Are Going to Prison," set for…
Warner Bros. Intl. Television Distribution has realigned its European operations, promoting two sales execs and expanding the territories of two others.
Gen Y Netcaster iFuse has inked a deal with Zumiez, an action sports retail chain, and their online e-commerce site (www.zumiez.com).
Juliette Binoche makes her Broadway debut in a revival of Harold Pinter's "Betrayal," joined by Liev Schreiber and John Slattery in the Roundabout Theatre Company production.
"I've been working so hard, I haven't quite taken it in," says Stephen Frears, thinking ahead -- or not, as the case may be -- to the soiree in his honor at the Toronto Intl. Film Festival. On Sept…
Toronto-based cabler Rogers Communications is going ahead with its anticipated takeover of the Toronto Blue Jays for $112 million.
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