After attracting 10,000 people to its exclusive 10-minute online broadcast of "The Iron Giant" last week, Warner Bros. said it will repeat the 'Netcast today, hoping it will have a "Blair Witch"…
Westwood One said Wednesday a strong showing from its Shadow Traffic division helped boost second-quarter net income by 19% to $4.8 million as revenue rose 5% to $66.3 million.
In the first significant relaxation of local TV station rules in 50 years, the Federal Communications Commission is expected to vote today to allow broadcasters in the top 20 -- or so -- markets buy…
BBC Worldwide has acquired American interviewer Hy Gardner's TV and audio library, which comprises encounters with many Hollywood legends from the 1950s to the '80s.
Adding to the controversy over the effects of runaway production, a new survey finds that soundstage occupancy in Hollywood for the month of July averaged a healthy 94%, much of it the result of a…
Showtime Networks has awarded senior VP stripes to Robin McMillan, who has served as VP of public relations for the company since November 1992.
TNT is charging into the original series arena with "Bull," a Wall Street-based ensemble drama from Warner Bros. TV. It is the first of at least a dozen series projects in development at the Time…
Veteran British helmer Alan Parker has been named chairman of the U.K.'s new Film Council.
The WB Network will join the Big Three webs in rolling out portions of its new schedule during the week of Sept. 20, when it expands from five to six nights of primetime programming.
USA Networks Inc. said Wednesday it has promoted Roger Clark to vice president, investor relations.
At a time when even fleet-footed indies are amassing large development slates, almost every film that gets made seems to be in turnaround from somewhere else.