Employment in the movie and TV industries in California will grow by more than 25,000 jobs during the next three years, despite the flight of some production to less costly locales, a UCLA forecast…
German kidvid production, licensing and merchandising company EM.TV & Merchandising AG has signed a multi-year agreement with Disney Channel Germany, the company announced Tuesday.
Hard Eight Publishing, which bills itself as "New York's newest guerrilla press" but is mostly owned by pub pro Don Welsh, will unveil a parody of the New York Times tonight at Upper East Side media…
Rainbow Media’s MuchMusic USA has named Elaine Ching McEntee director of marketing. McEntee will oversee all marketing initiatives for MuchMusic USA, including coordinating efforts with its…
In its report card for the first quarter of 1999, A.C. Nielsen handed out primetime ratings increases to 19 of the 38 regularly monitored cable networks -- exactly half.
U.K. cable operator NTL has launched an interactive TV service in the British market.
Kenneth Lonergan's play "The Lobby" has been optioned by Mosaic Entertainment for a commercial Off Broadway run this fall.
Jerry Cancellieri and Steve Michaels, who ran 525 Post for eight years, have launched Method, a visual f/x studio in Santa Monica.
Brad Grey, chairman and CEO of Brillstein-Grey Entertainment, has joined the board of councilors of USC's School of Cinema-Television.
It's called Skyscape, it's designed to be London's most spectacular entertainment venue and for 100 nights next year it will be at the heart of the U.K.'s millennium celebrations.
NBC has renewed its midseason NBC Studios drama "Providence" for the 1999-2000 season.