Howard E. Green, a 21-year veteran of Disney's publicity and marketing department, has been promoted to VP of studio communications.
Stronger performances from cable programming and cable systems helped Time Warner narrow its third-quarter net loss by 30% to $116 million, the company said Wednesday, as well as boost operating…
Shanghai Cable TV is planning to launch a new drama channel and is awaiting government approval to move ahead with the project.
October Films marketing executive Stacy Spikes is leaving the specialized film company at the end of the month when his contract expires, sources said Wednesday.
Mandalay's about-to-bow teen-horror pic "I Know What You Did Last Summer" seems to be scaring execs at Miramax even before its opening this weekend.
Neil Roberts has been upped to vice president of marketing at Village Roadshow Pictures, where he'll be responsible for the company's motion picture and television divisions.
annett Co. will buy its way into Maine with a deal for two NBC affiliates in the state.
The first half of this year has been very disappointing for the global music biz, new figures from industry representative org IFPI indicate, with units sold down 4% and sales flat.
Sandy Rice will return to her alma mater, public relations agency Rogers & Cowan, as vice president of the firm's motion pictures group, following stints at PMK and most recently, Columbia TriStar…
The cable industry would not be swayed by Microsoft Corp.'s attempts to influence technology standards in its favor, even if the software Goliath made a second investment in a cable operator, Time…
Thanks to the growing importance of international TV revenues to Hollywood's bottom line, two studios are orchestrating for the first time a Foreign Press Tour for print journalists and TV crews from…
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