NBC said Monday that three of its Web sites, Snap.com, NBC.com, and NBC Interactive Neighborhood, signed deals with Net2Phone Inc. to distribute and market Internet telephony services.
The Federal Communications Commission and the Justice Department announced Monday that they will not enforce a federal ban against casino advertising on radio and television.
Regent Entertainment has tapped Karen Leigh Hopkins to direct the romantic comedy "A Woman's a Helluva Thing" from her own script.
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Italy's leading TV group, Mediaset, announced that two shareholders have reconsidered their financial participation in its capital.
Box offices perked up as refreshing late-summer breezes blew down Broadway last week. Overall grosses were $10,410,887 -- a 6% gain over the previous week's $9,969,695. Musicals enjoyed most of the…
Artisan has frequently credited the Website as crucial to the box office success of "The Blair Witch Project," and the company now has the numbers to back up that claim, courtesy of Nielsen Media…
Carol Black, who joined Lifetime as president and CEO six months ago, has singled out for executive VP stripes three of the network's veteran senior VPs: Lynn Picard in sales, Dawn Tarnofsky-Orloff…
Viewer's Choice, the dominant pay-per-view distributor in the U.S., has drawn up a blueprint to go after the cable TV rights to out-of-market games of Major League Baseball and the NHL.
Sarah Timberman, a six-year Columbia TriStar TV vet who shepherded the studio's signature hits "Dawson's Creek" and "Party of Five," has been promoted to exec VP of series development for Col TriStar.
As Viacom prepares to spin off its Blockbuster video rental chain, it's pushing the IPO of a strong company with a big brand, a robust balance sheet and booming market share. And investors are…
Jim Wiatt has been named president and co-CEO of the William Morris Agency today, and his tenure begins immediately.