While the Electric Garden is called "the place where all the cool interactive stuff is" by the chairman who orchestrates the exhibit, and the Fine Arts Gallery no doubt will draw the discerning crowd…
The USA Network and its sister Sci-Fi Channel are in the midst of a $7.5 million on-air TV branding campaign that includes USA's first-ever broadcast media buy.
Digital and cel animation are such staples of video games and CD-ROMs that when a different approach appears, it really stands out.
A&E and History Channel, which together will spin off about $400 million in revenues for 1997, have rewarded two of their top executives with promotions: Brooke Bailey Johnson and Dan Davids, upped…
"Men in Black" traveled past $200 million domestically on Thursday and continued to close the gap with "The Lost World: Jurassic Park" as the top grosser of 1997.
Barry Meyer, exec VP and chief operating officer of Warner Bros., has joined the boards of directors of City National Corp. and its main subsid, City National Bank.
NBC and Warner Bros. TV have struck an agreement to renew the web's Thursday night sitcom "Friends" through the 1999-2000 season, the network confirmed Thursday.
Paramount and Universal finally have broken ground in Eastern Europe's undeveloped and under-screened exhibition industry, and analysts expect this U.S. joint venture to hit pay dirt.
Minna Taylor has been upped to senior vice president of legal affairs at Fox Broadcasting Co., reporting to Eric Yeldell, exec VP of legal affairs.
Despite a brief challenge from the Eagles for bragging rights to the industry's best-selling disc, Michael Jackson's "Thriller" has reclaimed the honor by topping 25 million copies, according to the…
In a preemptive buy reported to be the low- to mid-six figures against high-six, MGM has snapped up "Witch Hunt," a supernatural-comedy spec about a coven of evil witches who come to Earth in the…