The New York State Council on the Arts' Electronic Media and Film Program is offering distribution grants of up to $5,000 for new works by New York-based media artists.
With an eye toward joining the Capitol Records Tower and the Hollywood sign as a Hollywood landmark, the House of Blues has topped 6255 Sunset Blvd. with its familiar logo.
Movie producers have pulled their ads from the Philippines Daily Inquirer, the country's largest circulation daily, allegedly due to pressure exerted on producers by President Joseph Estrada.
The FCC has a blunt message to potential local regulators like the Los Angeles City Council: Keep your hands off the Internet.
Hill Harper will join the ensemble cast of Steven Bochco’s new CBS medical drama, “City of Angels.” Harper stars alongside Blair Underwood and Vivica A. Fox as an eager young resident in an…
EM.TV & Merchandising has played down speculation that it could move from its spot on Germany's New Market, the equivalent of the Nasdaq, to join the 30 blue-chip companies listed on the German DAX.
Eager to give upstart filmmakers a break, the Hollywood Film Festival will hold world and U.S. preems for a dozen indies during its third annual competition Aug. 4-9 at Paramount Studios.
Former Miramax exec Joel Roodman has been tapped as veep of business development for high-speed Web programming developer On2.com. In the newly created position, Roodman will focus on expanding the…
UPN execs went to the mat Monday to defend the netlet's upcoming wrestling night against charges of excessive violence and sexism.
Last weekend's live coverage of the search for John F. Kennedy Jr. brought sharp viewership increases to the broadcast networks.
Japanese networks are aiming for a 2003 start date for terrestrial digital test broadcasting in major cities as part of authorities' plans to push back the goal posts for the full-scale launching of…