The European Commission is poised to take England's soccer Premier League to court, accusing it of fixing the price of TV rights sales.
Markets & Festivals
Spain's 2002 box office takings and admissions could be down from last year's results.
The Venice Film Festival may move from the Lido, the remote island in the lagoon, following increasing criticism about the high cost of holding thefest there.
The Berlin Intl. Film Festival has announced 15 films that will screen in the main program of its Panorama arthouse section.
"Antwone Fisher" hopes for some Oscar nods as the industry screened Denzel Washington's helming debut Thursday at the Academy.
NBC has said "Let's Make a Deal" to "Access Hollywood" correspondent Billy Bush, who's won a chance to host a new version of the classic gameshow.
Marvin Davis and the consortium bidding for Universal plan to renew their pitch to Vivendi in Paris in late January as the effort gathers steam despite skepticism on Wall Street and in Hollywood.
In a move that shocked the entertainment industry, Warner Bros. chairman and CEO Barry Meyer has fired the 20-year president of Warner Home Video and the "godfather of DVD," Warren Lieberfarb.
In keeping with seasonal tradition, the arthouse market delivered box office glad tidings this weekend with some festive limited openers. Disney's Spike Lee-helmed "The 25th Hour," a Gotham-based…
The Hobbits are getting closer to Mordor and distrib New Line and its international affils are approaching B.O. nirvana.