U.K. music group EMI said Tuesday it has agreed to buy 51% of Hit & Run Music Publishing for £11.5 million ($19 million).U.K. music group EMI said Tuesday it has agreed to buy 51% of Hit & Run Music…
As part of its stepped-up efforts to find sitcom successes -- and soon -- NBC has greenlit a midseason comedy pilot from former "Ellen" exec producers Eileen Heisler and DeAnn Heline.
Propelled by the usual powerhouse ratings of its exclusive Sunday night National Football League games, ESPN finished first among all ad-supported cable nets in primetime in October.
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Fox Filmed Entertainment has upped Tom Rothman to president of 20th Century Fox Film Group, a newly created executive post charged with overseeing production operations for the studio's two…
Ted Turner has reached into his sales department to come up with a new president for Turner Sports, Mark Lazarus.
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NBC has pulled the plug on frosh drama "Cold Feet" after just four low-rated broadcasts.
"The Exorcist" has set a new U.K. record for first-week sales of a feature film on DVD.
Set to fuel yet further expansion, upstart German media house Kinowelt Medien announced Friday a cash boost of DM457 million ($244 million) raised through a stock offer.
Last-minute snags have delayed a final agreement on a bill that would allow satcasters to offer local broadcast channels, but congressional staffers said they are optimistic that a deal will be…
The National Basketball Assn.'s 24-hour satellite network NBA.com TV, which starts operation today has signed four anchors: Ron Burke, Matt Devlin, Carlos Diaz and Dei Lynam.