U.K. studio group Pinewood Shepperton has announced revenues up 22% to £40.7 million ($80 million) for 2006. Net profit, which fell 91% to $730,000 in 2005 as uncertainty over U.K. tax incentives hit…
The European Commission said Friday that its probe into the 2004 merger of Sony Music and BMG has stalled after the parties failed to submit requested information.
Entertainment producer Endemol has issued a judicial protest against the producers and broadcasters of Malta's "Big Brother" style reality show "L-Ispjun" saying it breaches intellectual property…
Tony Mary, who was fired as CEO of Belgian pubcaster VRT last September, has been appointed chairman at Brussels-based audio archive specialist Memnon.
Vivendi has received a blow to its Internet pay-TV expansion plans following the launch of a detailed European Union probe into the Gallic conglom's planned $450 million acquisition of Swedish telco…
John de Mol's Talpa Media has held talks with Dutch commercial broadcaster RTL Netherlands over the future of Talpa's struggling web Tien.
The Rotterdam Film Festival announced Monday it has upped Bianca Taal to manager of its Hubert Bals Fund, replacing outgoing head Marianne Bhalotra.
Pan-European broadcaster SBS Broadcasting announced Thursday that top exec Markus Tellenbach had resigned from the company board.
Pan-European cinema chain Kinepolis Group Intl. has announced healthy 2006 results, driven by increased cinema attendance and higher margins.
Danny Boyle's sci-fi thriller "Sunshine," starring Cillian Murphy and Michele Yeoh, will open the 26th Brussels Festival of Fantastic Film. Event, celebrating its 25th anni this year, unspools April…