Romania's Dracula movie theme park is rising from the dead and will be developed near the capital of Bucharest, Romanian Tourist Minister Dan Matei Agathon announced Thursday.
Hungarian commercial broadcaster RTL Klub, controlled by pan-European broadcaster RTL, announced after-tax profits of HUF 2 billion ($8.8 million) in 2002, its best year since hitting the airwaves…
Cable penetration looks set to grow in Yugoslavia, even as the Telecommunication Act due to become law in a few weeks will eliminate hundreds of outlaw cable channels.
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Helmer Peter Gothar took the main prize for his powerful "Hungarian Beauty," a saga of urban life, at the Hungarian Film Szemle Festival, which wrapped in Budapest on Tuesday.
Hungary's Radio and TV Board (ORTT) reprimanded national commercial network RTL Klub after two gay competitors discussed anal sex on its highly rated primetime reality show "Real World" (Valo Vilag).
Hungary's 34th annual Magyar Film Week wraps Feb. 4 after eight days of screenings that gave healthy emphasis to documentaries and boasted a roster of 35 feature films, pumped up by a last-minute…
Regional cable giant United Pan-European Communications has acquired seven Romanian cable companies as part of a $60 million expansion.
Staff at Yugoslavia's largest TV network, Radio Television Serbia, went on strike Wednesday after a breakdown in talks with management and the government.
Romania has axed plans to build a $30 million Dracula movie theme park in the medieval metropolis of Sighisoara, costing Universal Studios a fortune in royalties.
Radio Television Serbia (RTS) is abandoning a scheme to charge the country's 1.4 million TV households a monthly 210 dinars ($3) license fee to fund the broadcast network, after weeks of controversy.
International watchdog Human Rights Watch has slammed the Serbian government of Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic for meddling in the affairs of Yugoslavia's top commercial networks.