Oscar was good to "Entertainment Tonight," according to Nielsen's national syndie ratings report for the week ending March 28.
There's a new kid on the entertainment marketing block -- Dyer Communications, Michel/Russo and Skyrocket Interactive have merged to form Total Creative, an advertising firm for film and television.
Universal Records has tapped Pat Monaco as senior veep to round out its exec ranks.
Mipdoc, a two-day mart devoted to nonfiction programming, unspools this weekend in Cannes as a prelude to the larger Mip TV trade show.
Giant-screen film company Imax Corp. has signed its largest international theater deal -- a six-theater agreement said to be worth up to $25 million -- with Italian chain Medusa Film.
There's something more to "There's Something About Mary" star Ben Stiller.
Educators and software wizards plan to converge on UCLA's school of theater, film and TV today as part of an effort to develop an online interactive education system.
James Burrows, producer and director of "Cheers" from 1982-93, will receive the Society of Operating Cameramen's Governors' Award April 25.
ONdigital has come out fighting in the battle for the U.K.'s digital TV market, revealing it has signed 110,000 subscribers since its launch in November -- above expectations -- and announcing a…
Freddie Prinze Jr. is graduating from high school pics to more adult fare, starring with Claire Danes in Universal's "Head Over Heels."
Tyro director Stephen Leeds is set to make his feature debut on "Honky!" for New Regency Prods.
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