After receiving a contract extension in January through the 2001 season, the NBC-produced newsmag "Access Hollywood" will undergo an internal shakeup before the start of the '99 season, with program…
Columbia TriStar Interactive has pacted with Internet software developer ThingWorld.com in a move geared to protect its brands while driving potential consumers to its Web sites.
The Mipcom TV trade show in Cannes is taking steps to highlight interactive programs and Internet media networks during its upcoming edition Oct. 4-8.
"Life" grows ever more beautiful for Miramax Films, which has concluded a deal to make the Italian-lingo pic its debut release in China.
Senate Commerce Committee Chairman John McCain (R-Ariz.) is joining former presidents Jimmy Carter and Gerald Ford in a national petition that asks Hollywood to create a common code of conduct aimed…
Fireworks Entertainment, the production arm of CanWest Global Communications, has announced a production slate worth C$150 million ($101 million).
TOKYO -- Japanese movie distributor Gaga Communications will roll out a record 31 films in the local market next year, including the Arnold Schwarzenegger actioner "End of Days."
Gotham's Urbanworld Film Festival -- self-billed as the nation's largest showcase of black films -- unveiled its lineup for its third annual event, which runs Aug. 4-8.
RealNetworks Inc. said net revenues for the second quarter reached a record $28 million, up 86% from the $15 million posted a year ago, driven mostly by strong advertising sales.
Scott Douglas Sebasty has been named director of business and legal affairs for Phoenix Pictures.
Creative Artists Agency has signed Interactive Pictures Corp. in hopes of making the company's interactive photo and video software a major player in Hollywood.
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