UPN senior vice president of programming Michael Forman has ankled after two years at the net.
Seagram's Universal Music Group, the world's largest record company, went back into court Monday to seek as much as $825 million in damages from online music company MP3.com in a copyright…
The first Whistler Intl. Film, Television and New Media Festival will run at the British Columbia ski town March 28-31.
Liberty Livewire, the growing group of post-production companies that's being knitted together by John Malone's Liberty Media, today will announce a batch of exec appointments at its audio division…
Think the only way to watch digital short films is alone at the computer? Thanks to ResFest, (www.resfest.com) lovers of innovative digital filmmaking can see cool little films in state-of-the-art…
The buyout by Bertelsmann that kept the company afloat wasn't enough to keep CDNow shareholders happy.
Imax has hired management-consulting firm Highgate Partners to extend its brand to new product categories such as consumer electronics and photography even as a sale of the giant-screen pioneer heats…
A presidential decree that took effect Aug. 16 bans foreign ownership of local film, TV, radio and print media businesses.
As part of a revamp of its "20/20" franchise, ABC News has appointed veteran execs David Tabacoff and Bob Lange to oversee the Monday and Thursday editions of the newsmag, respectively.
Production outfit Vault ("Panic," "The Last Supper") has finalized a deal to finance and produce "Sex and the Other Thing" by scribe Terri Minsky as its next feature project. Production is scheduled…
Ever wonder who decides which festivals get an "A" ranking? So do the staffers at the Paris-based Intl. Federation of Film Producers Associations, the only global organization that officially rates…