Rupert Murdoch's Vox weblet has dished out DM 15 million ($7.8 million) for TV rights to "Titanic."
Two German daytime talkshow hosts have received death threats from wrathful viewers who said their shows are too vulgar, prosecutors said Monday.
Advanced Medien AG has become the latest in an increasing number of German entertainment companies to go public.
ProSieben's planned 24-hour news channel has been given a greenlight by the Bavarian media regulator (BLM).
Germany's leading pay TV services, Premiere and DF1, will soon be merging into one entity to be called Premiere World, the Kirch Group announced Tuesday.
Upcoming season Champions' League soccer matches will be seen exclusively on Rupert Murdoch's free TV channel TM 3, with no games set for pay TV.
Speculation continues to grow in Germany about Bill Gates' much-anticipated move into the Teutonic market. The weekly Der Spiegel reports that Microsoft and media giant Bertelsmann are in talks with…
After getting a $5 billion piece of AT&T, Microsoft is now reportedly looking to get a chunk of Deutsche Telekom and secure a foothold in Germany's cable TV market in the process.
Kinowelt Medien has announced its highest first-quarter profits ever thanks to a big boost in licensing deals.
Cinema owners in the state of Saxony are celebrating the government's change of heart regarding movie theater subsidies.
Mobilcom, one of Germany's new telecommunication companies, may soon be introducing a set-top box that will allow Internet access through TV sets.
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