Just before the curtain goes up on the 2004 Sundance Film Festival, Paramount Classics has cemented two acquisitions and marketing hires.
Sony's U.S. unit said it is testing a new music download service called Connect, becoming the second company to announce such a service on Wednesday.
The Producers Guild of America has tapped "In America" to receive its Stanley Kramer Award for the film's presentation of the social issues surrounding immigration.
It's official: NBC is stepping out of "The Lyon's Den."
"Arrested Development" has taken custody of Heather Graham.
Moritz de Hadeln's contract at the Venice Film Festival's helm has been extended for three months until the end of March in a strong show of support for the teetering chief by the outgoing board of…
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Viacom polished off two more multinetwork cable carriage deals this week, announcing Wednesday that it had reached a major renewal agreement with News Corp.-owned DirecTV for all current MTV Networks…
Touchstone TV business affairs exec Jerry Longarzo has been upped to senior VP of the division.
Veteran television producer Michael Weisman has been tapped exec producer of "The Jane Pauley Show."
Opportunities for growth in the vidgame market are tremendous, Xbox chief officer Robbie Bach said in his keynote address to the first Digital Games conference.