Universal Studios has promoted veteran legal affairs executive Karen Randall to executive vice president and general counsel.
Television newsmagazines are facing a story they may not be able to handle: their loss of standing as a primetime fixture.
Film Roman, the animation house responsible for "The Simpsons" and "King of the Hill," has launched an Internet network called LEVEL13.net.
The French DVD market exploded last year, with the number sold leaping from 700,000 in 1998 to 4.5 million, the French distributors organization Le Syndicat de l'Edition Video reported Tuesday.
The House of Blues parent company has filed a registration statement with the SEC for an initial public offering of its common stock.
The Fox Kids Network/Fox Family Channel kidvid machine Wednesday unveiled a 2000-01 production slate of 14 new skeins and more than 600 original half-hour segs highlighted by live-action fare…
USA Net's WWF Wrestling, which regularly ranks as one of cable's highest-rated programs, has been knocked out of first place by none other than a wooly mammoth.
A week after he signed to produce three miniseries for NBC, Bob Cooper, head of the new company Landscape Entertainment, has agreed to do three original movies over the next three years for cabler FX.
Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia said Tuesday in its first annual financial report as a public company that revenue in 1999 jumped nearly 30% to $232 million.
From the nation's newspapers and magazines to the air waves to cyberspace, America is teeming coast to coast with film reviews. But if one review outlet still towers over the rest, it's the New York…
Frank Mancuso has teamed with the board of directors at Digital Entertainment Network, the Santa Monica-based teen-geared Internet network.