Call it Tribeca's newest acquisition: Tribeca Film Festival founders Robert De Niro, Jane Rosenthal and Craig Hatkoff have bought downtown Manhattan exhibition venue the Screening Room.
Viacom may be washing its hands of video retailer Blockbuster just in time. With reports circulating again that Viacom is ruminating about a sale of its 82% stake in the cash-rich but slow-growing…
The ink hasn't yet hit paper on News Corp.'s acquisition of DirecTV but the company is already behaving like family. On Tuesday, the News-owned program guide provider Gemstar-TV Guide announced a…
Neal Baer, exec producer "Law & Order: SVU," has been tapped to receive the Valentine Davies Award for public service from the Writers Guild of America West.
William Morris Agency prexy-CEO James A. Wiatt has been elected to the Museum of Television & Radio's board of trustees.
The executive producers of NBC's "Friends," Kevin S. Bright, Marta Kauffman and David Crane, will be inducted into the Video Business Video Hall of Fame Dec. 8 in Beverly Hills.
The ripple effect of an earlier Oscars night has spread to France's Cesar Awards ceremony. Organizers of the Gallic event have fixed the date as Feb. 21.
A fundamental shift in the way TV airtime is sold in the U.K. is in the cards after a landmark decision by new communications regulator Ofcom.
"The Matrix Revolutions" may be running short of steam at the conventional box office, but the folks at Imax are proclaiming that on the giant screen, this kid's got legs.
ESPN will launch its 24-hour Spanish-lingo sports net ESPN Deportes on Jan. 7.
Century Theaters, which operates the CineArts arthouse circuit, said Monday it will begin programming some screens at five of its larger commercial multiplexes with art films.