CP Medien, which bankrolled Martin Campbell's "Beyond Borders" and Robert Altman's "The Company," has become the first Teutonic film fund to fall victim to the German government's new film investment…
Company execs have taken over former Kirch Media production outfit Filmproduktion Janus in a management buyout.
Univision has inked a children's programming deal with German licensing group EM.TV. Pact includes a program block of EM.TV's Junior brand content to air Saturday and Sunday mornings on Univision net…
Troubled German film group Advanced Medien has inked a draft merger agreement with Munich-based technology firm Fast TV Server, company said Tuesday.
Peter Dinges was appointed Friday the chairman of Germany's Federal Film Board (FFA) for a five-year term starting in April. He will replace Rolf Baehr, who is retiring from the post he has held…
Haim Saban has lowballed his cash offer for the outstanding non-voting shares of ProSiebenSat 1, Germany's biggest network.
Volker Schlondorff will be tackling the plight of Catholic priests during the Holocaust in "Der neunte Tag" (The Ninth Day).
Leading Teutonic web RTL swept the German TV awards Saturday, winning nine of the 26 prizes.
Swiss cable provider Cablecom has launched EM.TV's Junior channel on its Cablecom Digital TV platform.
North Rhine-Westphalia's state-backed media company NRW Medien is closing, ending speculation.
The shareholders of Kieft & Kieft, Germany's biggest exhib group, have pumped E9 million ($10.3 million) into the group to bolster cash reserves.
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