Germany's advertising market may still be stuck in the mud, but the country's broadcasting landscape has remained dynamic as broadcasters continue to adapt to their changing environment.
Haim Saban is making tentative moves on the Teutonic pay TV market, eyeing Premiere, Germany's only paybox and the former sister company of his broadcasting group ProSiebenSat 1.
Last year's B.O. downturn has hit Germany's biggest indie producer-distrib, Constantin Film, in the hip pocket, with net losses widening to €9.9 million ($12 million) in 2003 from $1.3 million a year…
Entrepreneur Haim Saban and MTV parent Viacom are vying for a major stake in German music TV group Viva Media. Current major shareholders of Viva, which owns music webs Viva and Viva Plus, include…
Unimpressed by the hype surrounding "The Passion of the Christ," most Germans say they won't bother to see Mel Gibson's retelling of Jesus' last hours.
Ending a wave of speculation, chief operating officer Guillaume de Posch will replace Urs Rohner as CEO of Haim Saban's ProSiebenSat.1 broadcasting group.
German entertainment group Internationalmedia said Friday it expected a net loss of e55.5 million ($67.5 million) for 2003 following the sale of Initial Entertainment Group to toppers Graham King and…
The Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft, a Munich-based science and technology research and development group, is showcasing the latest advancements in digital cinema at the CeBit, which runs March 18 - 24.
A cable monopoly is taking form in Germany that could soon change the face of the country's TV landscape.
German film group Senator Entertainment is three weeks away from insolvency unless it can convince banks to keep it afloat. Company said Thursday massive writedowns on its film assets and investments…