Germany's Victory Media, the fund operator and TV production company investigated on suspicion of tax fraud and violating investor trust, has filed for insolvency.
Bidding for Teutonic broadcaster ProSiebenSat 1, which is owned by a group led by U.S. billionaire Haim Saban, is entering its final stages, with Silvio Berlusconi's Mediaset excluded from the…
Speculation over the sale of Haim Saban's ProSiebenSat 1 heated up Thursday following publication of the German broadcasting group's third-quarter results, as losses doubled to $35 million while…
Speculation over the sale of Haim Saban's ProSiebenSat 1 heated up Thursday following publication of the broadcasting group's third-quarter results, which showed increased losses despite a revenue…
German publishing giant Axel Springer has established a new digital TV division.
Germany's largest cable group, Kabel Deutschland (KDG), has named Herb Hribar managing director.
Christine Berg, head of film subsidy org MSH in Schleswig-Holstein, has been appointed to head the federal government's new film financing scheme.
Digital pay platform Premiere was back in the black in the third quarter, returning to profitability on revenues of Euros 269.5 million ($345.2 million), up slightly from second quarter sales.
Publishing giant Axel Springer, which lost its bid for Haim Saban's ProSiebenSat 1 broadcasting group earlier this year, is expanding its regional TV operations with a 27.4% share in local channel TV…
Telepool has closed a slew of deals at this year's American Film Market in Santa Monica.
Women in film will again be the subject of the Berlin Intl. Film Festival Retrospective, but unlike last year's showcase of pics from the 1950s and '60s, this year's sidebar will examine silent film.
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