Cheryl Lodinger has been tapped as senior vice president of marketing for Columbia TriStar Home Video, North America.
Since it's illegal in Nevada (the only state where you legally can bet on sports) to wager on balloted measures, Daily Variety looked to Britain's Ladbrokes betting shop for the posted odds on the…
Broadcasting circles were abuzz Tuesday with the unexpected news that Barry Baker would resign as the No. 2 exec at Baltimore-based Sinclair Broadcast Group.
A group of black concert promoters plans to picket outside Creative Artists Agency and the William Morris Agency on Thursday to protest two of the agencies the group feels excludes its members from…
If the Academy had an award for best epoch, the Oscar probably would go to World War II.
NBC is so happy with the performance of its 1960s-centered miniseries that it's planning a sequel to focus on the '70s. NBC Studios and producer Lynda Obst ("Sleepless in Seattle," "Contact") have…
Chris Fager, E! Entertainment's longtime senior VP of international development, is ankling the cabler to pursue personal interests.
"The '60s" has given NBC a warm, nostalgic flashback to the kind of dominance the Peacock enjoyed over the previous three seasons.
Oscar nomination lists always provide plenty of fascinating details, and this year's is no exception.
Warner Bros. TV officially anointed former Fox honcho Peter Roth president of the TV studio, replacing Tony Jonas, whose No. 2, exec VP of creative affairs Gary Levine, promptly resigned Tuesday.
The radio industry shattered the $15 billion ad revenue mark in 1998, with a 12% total increase, as well as double-digit gains from both local and national advertisers, according to statistics just…