RadicalMedia, a player on the New York production scene for nearly 25 years, has two floors worth of hustle and bustle going on most days at its heavily trafficked West Village headquarters. The…
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Radical Media, the production company with credits including doc “Paradise 3: Purgatory” and Sundance Channel skein “Iconoclasts,” has begun development on a documentary about the life of Nina…
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FremantleMedia, whose TV formats include "Idols," "Got Talent" and "The X Factor," has tapped Keith Hindle as CEO of its newly created Digital & Branded Entertainment division.
Radical Media, Fremantle Enterprises and Sundance Prods. have teamed to create a TV series from Pete Hamill's novel "Forever" with Robert Redford and partner Laura Michalchyshn exec producing with…
LONDON -- U.K. and U.S.-based Content Media is set to delist from London's Alternative Investment Market stock exchange and go private amid a shareholding restructure.
Robert Friedman, prexy of media and entertainment at Gotham-based production company Radical Media, will be leaving in several months as his six-year deal comes up, a person close to the company said…
Billed as the first pan-Yugoslav feature (minus Bosnia) since the country's break-up, "The Parade" sees itself as a genial satire, but Srdjan Dragojevic's tired and tiresome caricatures are just…