Matthew Marcus has been upped to VP of marketing and corporate communications for Stone Stanley Entertainment, the production company behind such shows as ABC's "The Mole," the WB's "Popstars" and…
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences made history by awarding the first Oscar ever to the makers of a computer software program at its recent Scientific & Technical Achievement Awards gala.
Cable auds tipped over 3 million households at the end of 2000, repping a 7.3% increase in subscribers from last year, according to the latest figures published by cable and multimedia association…
Media-Most topper Vladimir Gusinsky will hang on to NTV, Russia's only independent TV station, but perhaps just for a few weeks longer.
Pubcaster France Television is taking on private rival TF1 in a battle for French soccer show "Telefoot." Bids were made Monday night for the contract to the long-running weekly program that reviews…
It remains to be seen whether Australians will embrace video-on-demand as fast as they have adopted other new technologies -- but those behind the pioneer service, as well as some U.S. majors…
Maury Povich is hanging up a new shingle, Stun Creative, under his MOPO production umbrella. Headed by Povich proteges Mark Feldstein and Brad Roth, company will create content in all formats, from…
Regis Philbin has the chance to be a double Daytime Emmy award winner this year. Philbin was nominated for both outstanding talkshow host and gameshow host on Wednesday.
As Ronald Lauder, founder of Central European Media Enterprises, launches an international arbitration case in London against the Czech Republic for not protecting his Nova TV investment, the man at…
Showtime has locked up exclusive pay TV rights to the sequel of "Dirty Dancing" and the prequel to "The Blair Witch Project."
Locals can't escape the boob tube -- the island republic has become the first country in the world to offer digital television in public buses to people on the move.