Germany's Hypoveriensbank confirmed Tuesday that it is eyeing a number of Bavarian cable systems for acquisition.
The interactive television service industry, driven by players like DirecTV to OpenTV, could generate $5 billion in sales by 2006, according to a new study released Monday by Silicon Valley-based…
A former secretary at Major Clients Agency has sued her bosses for $3.5 million, charging that she was subjected to a pattern of sexual harassment that included being exposed repeatedly to…
Three South African short films have been tapped for upcoming film festivals in Sao Paulo, Edinburgh and Palm Springs. The films are part of the "Short and Curlies: South Africa" series, co-produced…
Timothy Kittleson, who spent 18 years at the American Film Marketing Assn., has been named director of UCLA's Film and Television Archive.
Former Universal Studios Home Video exec Gregg Schoenborn has joined Web-based video-on-demand service Tranz-Send Broadcasting Network to head its ClickMovie.com site as veep, business development.
CBS may not yet have a co-anchor to join Bryant Gumbel on the Eye's new "Early Show," but other components of the soon-to-launch broadcast are starting to fall into place.
-- The BBC will move all of its merchandising and licensing inhouse in the U.S. and Canada, hiring Nancy Gendimenico to serve as point person.
Echoing the criticism the Los Angeles Films Critics Assn. fired at the Motion Picture Assn. of America and Warner Bros. last week, 28 members of the New York Film Critics Circle have railed against…
MGM Inc.'s shares stole higher Monday in a soft stock market as one Wall Street analyst recommended the stock as a "strong buy," a rating the beleaguered studio probably hasn't seen in a quite some…
Peace, love and music turned into arson, riots and arrests as the Red Hot Chili Peppers were performing their fest-closing set during the final hours of Woodstock '99.