Chum Television veteran Jay Switzer has been appointed president of the company.
An antitrust watchdog is urging the government to break up exit poll consortium Voter News Service, blamed, in part, for TV reporters' bad election night calls.
While many dot-coms are running out of cash, media company Tribe has shored up its finances by raising A$17 million ($6.8 million) in its second round of funding.
The Alphabet web's new integrated sales unit, ABC Unlimited, has landed a $10 million national deal just a few months after its launch.
Restless European channel launcher SBS Broadcasting is increasing its presence in its most profitable market -- Holland -- by buying up News Corp.'s 50% stake in TV10, the holding company for Dutch…
Flipside.com, a subsid of Havas Interactive and VivendiNet, has created online games for New Line Home Video's "Frequency'' and "The Cell.''
They sure kick butt -- and those sassy "Charlie's Angels" helped to boot Columbia TriStar Intl.'s cumulative grosses past the $900-million mark last weekend. Now the studio has a good shot at hitting…
TheThreshold.com has acquired the online game rights to the "Hellraiser" franchise created by Clive Barker.
In a marriage of celebrity and business blessed by the city's rabid paparazzi, Star TV pacted Sunday with local superstar Andy Lau's Teamwork Motion Pictures, giving the satellite TV net five-year…
Besides Billy Crystal lookin' mahvelous this year at the 2001 U.S. Comedy Arts Festival, Fox's sketch hit show of the '90s "In Living Color" will be feted. Cast members will converge among Aspen's…
Even with BMG trying to make amends with Napster, two music idols are standing firm in their position that the Internet can promote the theft of music.