Germany's Kirch Media has canceled its glitzy Mipcom premiere for new historical miniseries "The Crusaders" in the wake of U.S. and British military action in Afghanistan.
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Jean-Luc Godard returns to Sweden in November for the first time in 30 years to receive the Stockholm Lifetime Achievement Award and to be feted as guest of honor at the Stockholm Intl. Film Festival.
Gallic broadcaster France 2 and German pubcaster ZDF have joined an international team co-producing six TV movies adapted from Mary Higgins Clark novels.
National Geographic Television has pacted with Munich-based Telcast for the distribution of footage from its film library.
A study from the European Audiovisual Observatory indicates that the hourly volume of fiction output in the five key territories in Europe declined by 4% from 1999 to 2000.
Joel Denton has been promoted to the new post of president, production and distribution for Hallmark Entertainment Distribution.
AAC Fact, the documentary division of Canuck producer-distribbery Alliance Atlantis, has inked deals with National Geographic U.S. for its show "Going to Extremes" and with Discovery Intl. for…
Granada Intl. has acquired the world distribution rights outside North America to 10 hours of new documentary programming from U.S. cabler Court TV.
Barcelona-based Cromosoma TV Prods. has inked to co-produce the 26-part, $6 million children's series "Juanito Jones" with Germany's RTV Family Entertainment and Club Megatrix, the kids niche channel…
Europe's cable and satellite channels have joined forces in a new association, it was announced at Mipcom on Tuesday.
A new box is coming to Europe. That's the word from AOL Time Warner exec Robert Friedman, who said that AOL TV, the division of the conglom which he heads, is prioritizing Europe as the most fertile…