Morgan Wandell has been named veep of development for Digital Entertainment Network, the Santa Monica-based Internet programming startup.
E! Online has named Laurel Dunlea as VP of marketing. She will oversee all of E! Online’s marketing initiatives. Dunlea began her marketing career with Grey Advertising and DDB Needham. Additionally…
Village Roadshow Pictures has named Ann Mather executive vice president/chief financial officer.
Much as conversation stops when a beautiful woman enters a room, so does Gallic griping about American cultural imperialism politely cease for 10 days each September as the Deauville Festival of…
Actor Martin Lawrence, in a coma for the past three days after collapsing while jogging, regained consciousness at Los Robles Regional Medical Center on Wednesday.
Online search service FasTV.com has boosted its entertainment-based video offerings, inking distribution deals with 20th Century Fox, Fox Family Channel, the Game Show Network, MovieFlix.com, along…
Continuing its multiyear trend of strong Stateside growth, the Latin music market posted an 11% increase in sales for the first half of 1999, while English-language works were mostly flat for the…
Angela Bromstad and Cheryl Dolins have been appointed veeps of primetime series for NBC Studios.
A U.S. Appeals Court has upheld the Federal Communications Commission's authority to shut down unlicensed broadcasters.
MTV has inked a five-year licensing deal with Simon & Schuster Interactive to create a series of vidgames based on the music cabler's popular animated show "Daria" for both the PC and Playstation.
Artists Television Group has optioned David Marlett's TV drama "The Company Firm," based on Marlett's own experiences as a lawyer recruited by the CIA.