With Republican FCC commish Kevin Martin staging a palace coup on Thursday and joining with Democrats on a key vote, agency topper Michael Powell can no longer necessarily count on a Republican…
Markets & Festivals
U.S. billionaire Haim Saban is likely to make a binding offer for the assets of bankrupt Teutonic TV titan Kirch Media in coming days.
The World Health Organization has accused Bollywood of enticing teenagers to light up and has asked the Indian film industry to kick the habit.
German media giant Bertelsmann Thursday called local press reports that it wants to sell music group BMG "wild speculation."
The 20 winners of the 11th annual Movieguide Awards will be honored at a gala ceremony March 18 in Beverly Hills. Kudos honor the producers and studio execs whose films and television shows reflect…
"Harry Potter" producer David Heyman has been named ShoWest 2003 producer of the year. Heyman will be honored at an awards gala set to close the trade show March 6.
The wannabe singer-stars of reality format "La Academia" -- and a hike in ad rates -- helped fuel record fourth-quarter and full-year revenue at Mexico's No. 2 broadcaster TV Azteca in a soft ad…
Blockbuster Video and the major Hollywood studios won another court battle against independent retailers when a California Superior Court judge Thursday dismissed an antitrust lawsuit filed against…
"Dateline NBC" co-anchor Jane Pauley will step down from her duties in May, and her departure has caused speculation about how the newsmag will fare in the Darwinian primetime world of reality TV.
The Walt Disney Co. received another setback in its long-running Winnie the Pooh litigation Thursday when the California Supreme Court turned down its appeal over sanctions for destroying documents.