Petry Inc., the TV advertising rep firm, has established a networks wing that will give advertisers the ability to target any demographic group, programming genre, daypart or geographic location, the…
The Coalition vs. PBS Censorship has protested a series of upcoming PBS meetings that are being closed to the public.
Local industry leaders reacted with surprise and concern to the news that Richard Brick, commissioner of the Mayor's Office of Film, Theater and Broadcasting, had abruptly given two weeks' notice to…
Chief execs at six of the top entertainment and telecommunications companies said that as the infopike gets paved, it ought to be done by more than one contractor.
Japan's education minister said she wants to help revive the country's declining film industry, which reached its peak in the 1960s.
Sony Music Entertainment president Thomas D. Mottola has issued chairman titles to a trio of execs, and promoted several more of his senior-level managers, as part of a recognition of their…
Mark Locher, national director of communications for the Screen Actors Guild, died Friday of pneumonia from AIDS-related complications. He was 37.
Archie Purvis, longtime international sales executive for ABC, is taking early retirement as part of the ongoing restructuring of the CapCities/ABC production operations.
The Superhighway Summit proved to be the media circus it was expected to be, with Vice President Al Gore as the ringmaster.
A ban on broadcasting statements by supporters of the Irish Republican Army and violent Protestant groups in Northern Ireland will be lifted, the government said.