Producer Lawrence Gordon will receive the lifetime achievement award at ShoWest 2004.
Markets & Festivals
Shares of digital recording service TiVo continued their tidal surge Friday, a day after the company recorded a narrower-than-expected loss and a bullish forecast for new subscriber growth as U.S…
The Federal Communications Commission is close to levying about two dozen fines for indecency against radio companies including Viacom's Infinity Broadcasting and Clear Channel Communications, org…
In a continued effort to rebuild the RCA name, BMG's Arista Associated Labels has been renamed the RCA Victor Group and put under the direction of worldwide marketing chief Jeb Hart.
Leading Argentinian cabler Cablevision, owned by Hicks, Muse, Tate & Furst and Liberty Media, has won majority approval from creditors to begin restructuring the $797 million debt it defaulted on…
Spain's largest media group, the Prisa Group, scored well in 2003, with full-year revenues rising 8% to E1.25 billion ($1.6 billion).
Paramount/MTV's gospel music comedy "The Fighting Temptations" took best movie at Saturday's NAACP Image Awards. Cuba Gooding Jr. was honored as actor for "Radio" and Queen Latifah as actress for…
Mel Gibson's religious phenom "The Passion of the Christ," distribbed by Newmarket, marked a formidable second weekend, with an estimated $51.4 million repping a modest 39% decline from the previous…
Checkpoints do not normally loom large on a film fest's list of logistical problems but they were a major concern for the Palestinian Film Festival, which wrapped March 3 in East Jerusalem, Nazareth…
Like last year's Sundance entry "A Foreign Affair," substantially Spanish-lingo Canadian pic "A Silent Love" offers a diverting spin on the mail-order-bride premise. Low-key nature coupled with…