Bruce Boro has been tapped senior VP, international, for Chicago-based program distributor MediaVentures Intl.
About 140 tour drivers and garage mechanics at Universal Studios Hollywood voted Thursday to reject a new contract, setting the stage for a possible picket or a walkout as the theme park heads into…
The Intl. Documentary Assn. has issued a call for entries in the 1997 Distinguished Documentary Achievement Awards competition. Deadline for submissions is June 16.
With six weeks to go before becoming Germany's first publicly listed web, third-ranked commercial channel Pro7 has released an impressive set of results for 1996 and the first quarter of 1997.
Vidiots hosts a discussion at 7 p.m. June 6 with screenwriters Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski, coinciding with the June 3 vid release of “The People vs. Larry Flynt.” * * * Chris O’Donnell…
Spain's video software market hit a small trough in 1996, hit by the decline of newspaper kiosk sell-through and video press-promotions, Southern European phenomena which moved huge moneys in Spain…
Electronics giant Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. said Thursday it reversed the losses it posted in 1995 after it sold the MCA Inc. film studio to mark a profit gain in 1996. Matsushita posted a…
The Pacific coast resort of Acapulco will host a new black film festival June 24-29.
Harlan Bratcher has been promoted to senior VP and general manager for Sony Plaza. In his new position, Bratcher will oversee day-to-day operations at the New York entertainment site, including the…
Peter Lund, CEO of Westinghouse Electric Group's CBS Television and Cable Group, resigned abruptly Thursday after losing a power struggle over control of the web's TV station group.
Televisa announced a three-year, $270 million cost-reduction program at an investor conference in New York Wednesday, as the Mexican conglom unveiled its long-awaited Televisa 2000 business plan.