Rep. Francis Underwood is on quite the worldwide whirlwind tour.
As Mip TV celebrates its 50th birthday, the venerable program market shows few signs of middle-aged meltdown.
Licensing theatrical movies to TV goes back more than a half century, but it's suddenly a hotbed of change requiring strategic thinking.
While griping continues over the spiraling cost of sports networks -- largely from the multichannel operators who pay the carriage fees -- consumers appear to be willing to pick up the tab. Yet a fres…
Salaries certainly run a wide gamut in the tune biz, according to Berklee College of Music survey.
As some lament physical DVD declines, others foresee digital goldmine
Hergott repped Kathleen Kennedy when she was named co-chair and of Lucasfilm in June and Rich Ross when was hired in October as CEO by TV production house Shine America, which is owned by News Corp.
Acquisitions maven Mayer says that Walt Disney has three criteria for major buys, which the $4.05 billion purchase of Lucasfilm in October certainly met: must have creative capabilities, assets with…
When Lionsgate gobbled up an $800 million revolving credit facility in September, outside attorney Bruington worked on behalf of Lionsgate but focused on the lending banks.
When Entertainment One agreed to buy Canadian rival Alliance Film for US$225 million in September, it certainly knew the property because Theroux--eOne president of filmed entertainment--had worked…