The “Saving Private Lynch” saga gets weirder by the day. Lynch, you will recall, is the Army private rescued from an Iraqi hospital. Early media accounts initiated by the military portrayed her as…
To the Editor: Something confuses me about the lawsuit Spike Lee has against Viacom/TNN. He didn’t complain before, when they named a TV show after him: “Jackass.” John Paul Books
Vivendi Universal said Wednesday its net losses narrowed last quarter -- but without much help from the U.S. entertainment assets it's about to sell.
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To the Editor: Michael Fleming’s article in Inside Moves regarding “Fun With Dick And Jane” (Daily Variety, June 11) does not mention that the original film was written by Louis Garfinkle. It was…
Fed up with the criticism heaped on the nets in recent months, the Mouse House became the last of the Big Four to ankle the National Assn. of Broadcasters.
Completing a reorg of its legal eagles, the Walt Disney Co. on Tuesday announced the appointment of four deputy general counsels with distinct areas of responsibility.
Massive writedowns took their toll on Senator Entertainment's 2002 results: Losses skyrocketed from e4.2 million ($5 million) to $211 million while revenues sank 55% to $75 million.
Media and entertainment investment firm ZelnickMedia has tapped Viva founder and Time Warner vet Stanley Fertig as senior vice president of acquisitions and business development for its Japan-based…
The Paxson Communications garage sale continued apace yesterday, as the cash-strapped and debt-encumbered TV station owner and programmer announced plans to sell its Shreveport, La., station KPXJ-TV…
Maurizio Carlotti, the new CEO of Spanish broadcaster Antena 3, has firmed up his top management team at the terrestrial web.
The proposed 2.7 billion pounds ($4.4 billion) merger between struggling British TV titans Granada and Carlton, shareholders in dominant terrestrial commercial channel ITV, has inched a little closer…