Martha Stewart's magazine Everyday Food will officially launch in September with a rate base circulation of 500,000, execs at Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia said Wednesday. The culinary mag has been…
Europe's TV companies are bracing themselves for a fight over a proposed law to ban sexist TV programs and advertising.
Walt Disney Television Intl. has promoted Michael Kreissl to VP of programming and production, for Europe, Middle East and Africa.
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Online music swappers beware: Starting this week, the next file you download could be a subpoena. After months of dancing around the issue of prosecuting individual cyberpirates, the Recording…
Nobody has seen anything like the Vivendi-Universal auction. In the words of Michael J. Wolf, head of McKinsey & Co.'s media and entertainment practice: "It's historically fascinating. At no time in…
To the Editor: In its June 9-15 issue, Variety ran two articles pondering why women’s employment in key behind-the-scenes positions hasn’t resulted in the more prominent display of “female…
Wherever you look in present-day Hollywood, an upstairs-downstairs mentality seems to be taking hold. From actors, writers or other sectors of the Hollywood economy, the gap between the overpaid and…
Let’s hear it for CBS. It is the first network to make a serious bid for the Pvt. Jessica Lynch story. They have officially offered her exclusive interview rights with somebody like Mike Wallace, a…
Vivendi Universal said Tuesday that its Vivendi Universal Entertainment has secured a new $920 million five-year loan that will be used to refinance the outstanding portion of a chunk of its $1.62…
The ax fell on 80 Comedy Central staffers Tuesday: More than 20% of the network's workforce of 360 people was pinkslipped as the cabler's ops are folded into MTV Networks.
Several hard-luck stories and a single tale about a notable success dominated a Cinema Expo sesh on movie piracy Tuesday.