There was a time when advertising executives at major content markets like Mipcom were few and far between.
Buyers from Holland on the Croisette this October will be breathing easy. The take-no-prisoners acquisition climate of the past two years ended when billionaire media mogul John de Mol offloaded…
Jack Bauer nearly bought the farm. At the Monte Carlo TV fest last week, Jon Cassar, a producer of Fox's "24," let drop that the action hero's demise had been heavily deliberated as a likely ending…
The U.K., not for the first time, swept the Monte Carlo TV Festival awards, picking up 11 out of 20 of the Gold Nymphs handed out Thursday during the fest's 47th edition in Monaco.
It may be sunny on the Croisette, but players from the Netherlands' cutthroat market will be in the trenches at Mip. Though RTL Netherlands and SBS Broadcasting, each with three general entertainment…
A brawl over slices of the increasingly splintered ad pie in the Netherlands is likely to spill over onto the Croisette this Mipcom.
Dutch media mogul John de Mol's first TV venture Talpa may have kicked off with high expectations, but there's no been no instant success. Talpa launched in mid-August and set off a major primetime…
Dutch format and clip distributor Film Content Company Europe has picked up rights to Dutch film and TV production outfit Shooting Star's archive of 3,000 arthouse film clips.
San Fu Maltha, a co-founder of Holland's A-Film Distribution, is ankling to concentrate on production via his shingle Fu Works.
Independent private merchant bank NIBC has taken a 25% stake in Dutch media mogul John de Mol's investment company Talpa Capital and set up a e1 billion ($1.2 billion) technology, media and telco…