One of the corporate world's notable brand-management outfits, Pittard Sullivan, has formed an interactive division that will involve the company in World Wide Web site design, computer graphics…
The fall season abroad is delivering big paydays for "Men in Black," "The Lost World: Jurassic Park," "Face/ Off" and "Bean," but it's an unforgiving period for films that can't find an audience in…
Discovery Communications, one of the U.S. companies at the center of activity at the ongoing Mipcom TV trade show, unveiled two ambitious programming arrangements Sunday.
Five-year Universal TV veteran Susan Workman is ankling her post as executive vice president of administration and business affairs, the studio confirmed Friday.
Steering a conservative course for pubcaster NHK's conversion to digital transmission, president Katsuji Ebisawa said Japan might not be able to support three consumer direct satellite platforms.
To Helmut Thoma, outspoken head of Germany's leading free TV channel, RTL, digital television remains a "mad cow disease" that will be "very, very difficult to establish" in Germany. "But the…
On Friday, one day after the East wing of the Writers Guild dropped a bomb on Hollywood, the union appeared nonplused and uncertain what to do next.
British Sky Broadcasting, Canal Plus, the Kirch Group and other European broadcasters have agreed to support the standardization of digital set-top box technology.
Central European Media Enterprises is to launch three more television channels as it continues to build its television presence in Central and Eastern Europe.
Cinemark Theaters CEO Lee Roy Mitchell and exec VP Tandy Mitchell will receive the Salah M. Hassanein Humanitarian Award at this year's ShowEast convention, ShowEast chairman Greg Dunn announced…