Hoping to find the kind of success that "American Pie" enjoyed, DreamWorks is inserting about 30 seconds of unrated footage into the homevideo version of "Road Trip," set for release on Dec. 19.
Following Sony deals for "Jeopardy" and "Wheel of Fortune," Mixed Signal Technologies has pacted with Pearson Television to produce interactive versions of "Family Feud" and "To Tell the Truth" for…
The Mouse House today bows Disney Auctions, a co-venture with eBay.com that includes nearly 90,000 items for sale from the Walt Disney vault, including Bette Midler's costume from "Hocus Pocus" and a…
Digital production and investment venture KPE has tapped Robert Argento as veep of corporate communications, and Matthew Ringel and Sanford Anopolsky as veep of strategy, New York and Los Angeles…
Execs at Scour.com have dished more details about the Netco's recent Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing. Turns out the only reason Scour claimed "more than $100 million" in liabilities in its…
With the constant need for content to fill unlimited space, one would think that the Web would be a great place for screenwriters to sell scripts. Think again. It's one more door to be slammed.
The television world is jealous of CBS. Not just because "Survivor" ranked as the top summer series of all time, but because the show accomplished what every marketing executive dreamed of: Millions…
The online entertainment industry may soon experience a shortage of pink paper. Viacom's MTVi, the online arm for the MTV Networks, has pinkslipped 105 of their 400 employees as part of a…
Free speech protection is arguably stronger in the U.S. than anywhere in the world, but even Americans have come to expect at least a little filtering on the part of the mass media.
Court cases can be pretty pricey, especially when battling against Hollywood bigshots. So pricey, in fact, that suddenly a company can no longer pay employees.