The studios continue the full federal-court press on DVD hackers with two lawsuits filed against three individuals in Connecticut and New York.
EMI is part of a consortium bidding for the U.K.'s next generation of mobile phone licenses that would allow the music major to provide content for mobile phones able to access the Internet.
The Disney Channel will finally launch in Latin America in mid-2000, available to cable systems only as a premium channel, and on direct-to-home exclusively with satcaster Galaxy Latam.
ABC and UPN -- two webs that spent most of the late 1990s entrenched in various Nielsen circles of hell -- are starting off 2000 on a much better note.
VISIT ACADEMY CENTRAL "Sleepy Hollow," "The Insider," and TV series "Action" and "West Wing" led the list of multiple winners Sunday night at the fourth annual Golden Satellite Awards, held at the…
TOC, the 3-year-old film production joint venture between Studio Canal Plus and Gallic production house Telema, has closed its London office.
Fox is moving its soph comedy hit "That '70s Show" to Monday nights and benching first-year dramas "Time of Your Life" and "Get Real" for the February sweeps.
"Dharma & Greg" and "The X-Files" received kudos Thursday at the ninth annual Environmental Media Awards, held at the Beverly Hilton.
Confirming Hollywood's love affair with the cell phone, Columbia TriStar Interactive has fired up the first wireless film Web site to promote the Feb. 18 release of "Hanging Up."
Producer Ed Pressman has signed Brit director Simon Hunter to a two-pic deal, starting with the $30 million sci-fi thriller "Mutant Chronicles."