The Eye on Tuesday announced plans for "Amazing Race 2," a follow-up to this fall's low-rated Wednesday reality skein from exec produce Jerry Bruckheimer. Series is from Touchstone Television and CBS…
British Columbia's new government has surprised film and TV execs by challenging them to double industry revenues over the next three years.
As EchoStar and DirecTV carry their merger talks from the boardroom to the nation's capital, some in the industry and on Wall Street predict a stream of pessimistic press -- followed by ultimate…
Harry Potter is enchanting Warner Bros. as the pic wins raves in London and kudos from Wall Street. Critics haven't weighed in yet, but British newspapers ran glowing accounts from children and news…
While Disney was enjoying "Monster" box office receipts for its computer-animated theatrical release, DreamWorks and Universal Studios were raking in Shrek-sized green of their own with the biggest…
EchoStar Communications said Monday that investment bank Credit Suisse First Boston had stepped up to provide the $2.75 billion the company needs to pursue its proposed merger with Hughes Electronics.
Falling ad revenue was behind a 1.3% drop in sales at French private web TF1 in the third quarter of 2001, the company said Monday.
Odeon Leicester Square theater was transformed into Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry Sunday for the worldwide premiere of Warner Bros.' "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone."
The New Zealand high court Thursday confirmed franchisees' exclusive right to supply the rental home-DVD market.
The Canadian government is set to delay its plan to end tax shelters for film production in the Great White North.