Even the FCC has caught a touch of the merger mania bug. Effective March 25, the Mass Media and Cable Services will unite to become the Media Bureau.
TV Academy chairman Bryce Zabel has officially launched TV Responds, the org's task force relating to the ongoing war on terrorism.
Vivendi U chief Jean-Marie Messier has tacitly given Pierre Lescure's Canal Plus Group management team two years to shape up or ship out.
The DGA's national board has tapped Martha Coolidge as its first female president in its 66-year history to replace Jack Shea, who announced his resignation Saturday.
Former Zide/Perry literary manager Marc Hernandez has formed literary management company Crescendo Entertainment Group.
Financially troubled German media giant Kirch was hit by another blow over the weekend as newspaper publisher Axel Springer announced it was preparing a lawsuit against its struggling partner.
American Online has tapped Lisa Hook prexy of AOL Broadband, replacing Audrey Weil, who will step down in May.
After years of pushing Hollywood to protect the video rental window, Blockbuster Video now says it can live without one.
D-day in the labor dispute between British film producers and actors has been postponed until March 11.
Cash-strapped Teutonic TV giant Kirch Group reiterated Friday that its ProSiebenSat.1 broadcasting group was not for sale.
PROVIDED BY: NIELSEN MEDIA RESEARCH
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