Monday's Florida Marlins season opener gave Barry Diller's local programming station WAMI a lively ratings boost, helping the Miami-based outlet to continue to build its brand around local sports.
Internet video stocks like RealNetworks and PayForView.com rocketed to new heights Tuesday as Wall Street raised its bet on the 'Net's ability to reach mass audiences with movies, television and…
Lending credence to fears of feature flight from Hollywood, location shooting days for movies in the Los Angeles area were down a whopping 27% in March when compared to the same month in 1998…
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Chairing his first meeting of Russia's Committee for Cinematography (Goskino) at the end of March, the body's newly appointed head, Alexander Golutva, painted a pessimistic picture of prospects for…
Triple Axel Prods., the Santa Monica-based outfit headed by producer James Alex, has secured a funding commitment for up to $40 million from Double Eagle Capital Management Group to produce a maximum…
Seagram and German media giant Bertelsmann will announce today an Internet alliance linking their music operations -- Universal Music Group and BMG Entertainment -- to sell releases from their record…
Turner Broadcasting's TNT and TBS have bought out the TV-syndication window to the theatrical movies produced by DreamWorks during its first five years.
It has taken almost 16 months and a wide reissue on the heels of its Oscar success to do it, but Roberto Benigni's "Life Is Beautiful" has outclassed all other Italian films to become the…
NCAA hoops and "The Secret Path" have led CBS to a convincing households victory in March 29-April 4 primetime Nielsens, as well as the Eye's first runner-up finish in adults 18-49 since the 1998…
For her next project, Jennifer Jason Leigh will be keeping it all in the family, starring in "Beautiful View," a suspense thriller written and directed by her mother, Barbara Turner.
DVD continues to play as a consumer must-have, according to figures released by the Consumer Electronics Manufacturers Assn. on Monday.