Japanese pubcaster NHK celebrated its 50th anniversary Saturday with a 16-hour marathon on its terrestrial channel reminiscing on its last five decades of programming. It also marked the occasion…
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As part of a major Cabinet reshuffle, Ravi Shankar Prasad took over as India's minister for information and broadcasting last week.
News Corp. subsidiary Phoenix Satellite Television will be able to sell ads and programs to Chinese broadcasters and collect revenue from them under a newly established joint venture with Guangdong…
U.S. Assistant Secretary of Commerce William Lash paid surprise visits to commercial centers in Manila known for openly selling pirated VCDs and DVDs, and wound up buying a bootleg version of "The…
Channel 4 reinforced its commitment to taking risks and championing new talent in its annual statement of program promises for 2003, which was announced last week.
Films from South Korea, Argentina and Russia took the top prizes at the Intl. Film Festival Rotterdam on Friday as the 12-day event spun into its final weekend.
The British Academy of Film & Television Arts/Los Angeles has named four new members to its board of directors.
Warner Bros. Intl. Television prexy Jeffrey Schlesinger announced a raft of exec promotions last week.
Animators were in high spirits as "Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron" and "Miyazaki's Spirited Away" were the big winners at the 30th annual Annie Awards, presented Saturday night at the Alex Theater…
The list of tech-oriented analysts shrank when Forrester Research snatched up cross-town competitor Giga Information Group for $60 million.