AOL Time Warner CEO Richard Parsons urged execs Friday to stop moaning about the conglom's stock price and work on rebuilding the company. Parsons was a keynote speaker at an all-day conference in…
Jamie Kellner, chairman and CEO of Turner Broadcasting Systems, predicted on Friday that within a few years the repurposing of primetime TV shows would expand into added runs each week on broadcast…
It's only a matter of time before Hollywood Boulevard and Madison Avenue merge, but that's not likely to happen until the entertainment and advertising worlds stop treating themselves as competing…
Mandalay Pictures topper Peter Guber said that Madison Avenue money would help Hollywood offset its own financial risk.
Producer Thom Mount doesn't mince words about the need for entertainment to generate passion in its audience -- whether the goal is to fill theater seats or sell products for a marketing partner.
It's easy to talk about Madison Avenue and Hollywood getting into bed together. But it's much more difficult for the producers, advertisers, talent agents and the networks to get beyond the first…
A battle over red vs. blue light has studios fearing the DVD green they've been harvesting may turn brown.
AOL is going DVD. The world's largest online service has started tapping into the success of the world's fastest-selling consumer electronics product by offering exclusive sneak peeks at clips of DVD…
Quentin Tarantino and Miramax co-chairmen Harvey Weinstein and Bob Weinstein will be recognized with special creative achievement awards in programming specifically for home viewing at the annual DVD…
One of the early contenders for the best picture Oscar, "Road to Perdition," has been scheduled for a DVD/video release by DreamWorks just in time for Oscar nom voting, which closes Feb. 25.