Cost-cutting and stringent debt control have been cited as key factors in a return to profit for the Dutch electronics giant Philips following three loss-plagued years.
Pity Joao de Deus Pinheiro. As Europe's current audiovisual archduke, he's doing his darnedest to rally the Euro forces to square up to the invading U.S. armies -- but his troops can't stop fighting…
Holland's John de Mol and Joop van den Ende, two of Europe's leading independent producers, confirmed Wednesday that they will merge their entertainment businesses in January to form a new…
The standoff between the United States and Europe over film and TV subsidies and quotas now seems likely to bust Wednesday's deadline for the world trade talks.
The audio-visual issue remained a potential deal-wrecker Sunday as fractious world trade talks in Geneva entered their crucial last hours, and President Clinton telephoned several European leaders in…
The BBC is discussing ways of drawing new revenues from interactive cable channels.
Europe's pubcasters must seriously examine the concept of narrowcasting if they are to become a digital force.
The French claimed a "beautiful victory" Tuesday when the explosive issue of audiovisual trade was scratched from the impending world trade agreement.
The European Commission has denied it plans to introduce legislation to harmonize the definition of "moral rights" across the community in the near future.
Ailing Dutch electronics giant Philips is projecting profits equivalent to 3% to 4% of operational turnover for its Consumer Electronics (CE) division within the next three years.
Dutch opposition party D66 has floated a plan to restructure the country's ailing pubcasting system. In a report entitled "In Search of the Public," D66 said one of the current three public nets…