Ron Lauder's Central European Media Enterprises, the TV group that reaches 91 million viewers in six Central and Eastern European countries, was strutting its stuff Thursday, announcing third-quarter…
After countless translations and a celebrated 1988 film version, Milan Kundera's novel "The Unbearable Lightness of Being" is finally seeing the light of day in the author's Czech homeland. The…
The Jihlava documentary festival celebrated fresh, provocative work from around the former Eastern bloc on Saturday, awarding Nedzad Begovic's comic autobiographical "Totally Personal" its film kudos.
Prague's burgeoning Moffom fest (Music on Film/Film on Music) unspools Wednesday with more than 100 screenings and 50 guests who know how to jam.
Stateside series are hot again but local soaps are making waves during primetime, too, in the Czech ratings battle between the longtime terrestrial foes TV Nova and Prima TV.
The Czech Film and Television Academy has submitted Jan Svankmajer's surrealist outing "Lunacy" as its entry in the foreign film Oscars category.
A Prague court ruling that the Czech Radio and Television Broadcasting Council used improper procedures in granting their licenses last May has six candidates for digital nets sweating.
First it was European Christians offended by her crucifix stage effects. Now, a planned Sept. 9 soiree in Prague has been canceled as another Madonna perf was caught up in a political tussle over…
Ron Lauder-owned Central European Media Enterprises has consolidated its control of Czech broadcasting, with its subsidiary, Vilja, registered in a Prague court as the owner of CET 21, the license…
The former Eastern bloc's biggest media conglom, Ron Lauder's Central European Media Enterprises, saw lower-than-expected losses for the first half of 2006, while revenues rose 71% to $276.34 million.