MPA sails Hudson at Mexico pirates The Motion Picture Assn. has hired Brendan Hudson as the country manager for its re-established anti-piracy program in Mexico. Piracy in the Mexican market is a…
European heads of state agreed Tuesday to add a revision to the EEC treaty
Danish cable subscribers solidly rejected a raft of U.S. cablenets, most of them kids channels, in the first major poll in that territory of what Danish viewers want to see on TV.
Bain Capital, the Boston investment firm buying Live Entertainment Inc., plans to "aggressively pursue synergistic acquisition opportunities" in the entertainment industry using Live as a platform…
NBC Enterprises prexy John Agoglia is ankling the web after an 18-year career that rode the peaks and valleys of the peacock web's fortunes.
The USA network finished No. 1 in the ratings among all cable networks for the week ended June 15, and Tim Brooks, USA's senior VP of research, said these numbers could be a sign that the network is…
Frank Wuliger, a veteran literary agent at Innovative Artists, has joined the Gersh Agency as a vice president, a move that bolsters its literary department.
Roger Vorce will become chairman and CEO of APA, handing over the reins of president of the agency to James Gosnell.
The June 12 telecast of the pre-taped "1997 MTV Movie Awards" earned the event's highest ratings since it debuted in 1992: a 3.9 rating/6 share in households, representing an estimated 2.6 million…
Following two years of canceled or vastly reduced editions due to budget headaches and bureaucratic hitches, the Taormina Intl. Film Festival moves back to its traditional slot this summer, running…
Sam Chisholm, one of Rupert Murdoch's most trusted lieutenants, has resigned as chief executive of British Sky Broadcasting, the satellite TV powerhouse he built virtually from scratch over the past…