In the first two weeks of 2003, media stocks have posted results that would be considered pretty darn good for an entire year.
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Cablevision last week promoted Hank Ratner to the post of vice chairman.
Twentith Century Fox’s young-skewing laffer “Just Married” honeymooned atop the weekend box office with a fuller-than-expected gift satchel estimated at $18 million.
As America readies for another foray into the Persian Gulf, a handful of Hollywood’s elite are seeking to stem the tide of oil that tethers us to the region.
Canal Plus is hoping Gallic rapper Joey Starr and mainstream crooner Francis Lalanne will bring “Osbournes”-style oomph to its ratings.
The fight over media ownership rules travels to Gotham this week, where the first public forum will be held on the impact of Washington’s plan to loosen the rules and let the big media congloms get even bigger.
It’s taken three weeks to prove it, but it appears “The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers” isn’t invincible after all.
It’s taken more than a decade, but the 2003 Sundance Film Festival, which begins Jan. 16, has finally purged those painful Tarantino wannabes from its program.
Look down the crix fave pics lists for last year and one strain of foreign-lingo cinema stands out: movies from Spain and Latin America.
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While working as an investor at Kookmin Venture Capital in the late 1990s, Park Moo-seung convinced his bosses to let him speculate in the entertainment industry, and he turned out a handsome profit from “Toimarok,” a sci-fi film.