Netflix, a relative newcomer to the media club, took in $2.2 billion last year -- a puny sum compared with the $26.9 billion in revenues of media behemoth Time Warner.
In the cavalcade of big-budget TV commercials for the Super Bowl, at least 24 spots were embellished by audio supplied by production music libraries, which represents a coming of age, of sorts, for…
Movie mavens see clouds clearing from biz, from financing to box office
Lining up money for making films is always a difficult experience, but anxiety is running particularly high in Hollywood right now.
Comcast's proposed purchase of a 51% stake in NBC Universal from General Electric is a big deal every way you look at it. To accomplish the planned $30 billion merger, cable giant Comcast alone spent…
Lions Gate Entertainment emerged as a giant in Hollywood - revenue will hit $1.6 billion this year from just $180 million in 2000 -- after a decade of astute acquisitions.
Whether you see the industry from a studio or a theatrical viewpoint -- or from somewhere in between -- it's a safe bet that your segment's fortunes are affected by factors from across the business…
The Internet is increasingly being used to steer independent films to both their core audiences and the mass market, panelists said Saturday at AFM's seminar on exploiting ancillary markets.
Indie companies fretted about weak foreign prices and worried that the sector's few bright spots may be overheating at an American Film Market seminar Friday.
Soft money -- tax shelter and government subsidy financing -- is often touted as free money, but speakers at an American Film Market seminar warned to expect strings attached and hidden expenses.
Looking for value for money, many foreign buyers are gravitating toward theatrical films with production costs in the mid- to low-budget range, even if those films lack impressive star power.