For its first Southern California presentation in four years, Cirque du Soleil brings in a charmer of a show, "Corteo," which has been on the road since its inception 2½ years ago.
Markets & Festivals
Comedy cornered the weekend box office as Sony's lewd R-rated teen laffer "Superbad" showed super hold in retaining the weekend crown and Universal-Working Title's family pic "Mr. Bean's Holiday"…
KCBS is on an Emmy roll, scoring its third consecutive prize for best local half-hour news.
HBO currently has no plans to conduct its U.S. Comedy Arts Festival next year in Santa Barbara, where it had been widely speculated to land.
Twentieth Century Fox Intl. has promoted Paul Higginson to senior VP of Europe Theatrical.
The American Federation of Television & Radio Artists is investigating reports of alleged abuse of children on the TV show "Kid Nation," which was produced under an AFTRA contract.
Hearst Corp. on Friday announced a bid to scoop up the remaining public shares of its Hearst-Argyle Television station group for about $600 million, but investors bid up the broadcaster's formerly…
Colombia's Caracol TV has added a twist to the telenovela genre, literally.
The next FIFA World Cup tourney is three years away but that hasn't stopped soccer fever mounting in South Africa, host of the 2010 event, where commercial broadcaster e.tv is bowing a primetime…
Mexican media conglom Televisa is expanding its cable holdings into a national network and is engineering the $420 million purchase of phone company Bestel to back up its voice services that were…
Animated "Pocoyo" is a big hit in Spain, boasting 3 million content downloads, mobisodes and a TV series.