Hollywood is beginning to embrace the Internet and emerging high-speed broadband services as the means of distributing its content in the 21st century. But studio execs are still unsure how to use it.
Pat Pattison has been tapped VP of licensing and promotion at entertainment gift manufacturer Applause. Pattison will help translate film, TV and music projects into Applause retail gift lines. He…
Just as Time Warner prexy Richard Parsons appears to be getting an expanded film role at the company -- with new chairman/CEO Barry Meyer reporting to him -- insiders expect Parsons will also inherit…
Pearson is continuing its upward march under chief exec Marjorie Scardino, announcing a 14.5% rise in operating profits for the first half of the year, ahead of predictions.
It's called Talk, and with a debut issue revealing Hillary Rodham Clinton's long-sought thoughts about her husband's womanizing, the new magazine is living up to its name by topping newscasts around…
Australia's feevee operators have released AC Nielsen audience research figures showing the medium has captured an overall 7.3% viewership.
Last month squashed all prior July box office records, with a $917.3 million tally -- 13% better than the former championship season of 1998.
Animation production company Nelvana has signed a multiyear contract with PBS to produce the public broadcaster's first Saturday morning children's programming block in a deal which Nelvana estimates…
Creative Artists Agency has added a senior talent agent to its roster, announcing Monday that former William Morris talent department head Michael Gruber has joined the company.
"Friends" writer-producer Jeff Greenstein has inked a two-part multi-year deal with NBC Studios.