Led by the New York Times and News Corp., eight major news media companies and families ponied up a total of $52 million toward the building of a bigger museum dedicated to the news profession. In…
The Federal Communications Commission is investigating 77 television stations across the country for allegedly having aired video news releases without disclosing their sources.
Outfest 2006 will kick off with "Puccini for Beginners" July 6 at the downtown Orpheus Theater. Fest, in its 24th year, will run at nine venues across Los Angeles. The goal is to highlight American…
Multicanal has ended a two-year legal battle with a U.S. investment fund over a $525 million debt restructuring, paving the way for Argentina's No. 2 cabler to focus on growing its business.
This weekend, Fox unleashes its only summer tentpole, “X-Men: The Last Stand,” on one of the two most lucrative frames of the season. Tracking is very strong, particularly with young men, but there’s…
After a week of marathon viewing sessions, interest among international TV program buyers began Thursday to coalesce around several dramas and sitcoms, that, if not standouts, did at least hold…
Multiplexes were the first to blink. Yashraj Films has signed a deal with four major plexes in Mumbai and Delhi agreeing to a higher cut of revs from today's release of "Fanaa."
David Ross will make his directorial debut on "The Babysitters," starring John Leguizamo, Cynthia Nixon, Katherine Waterston, Denis O'Hare and Andy Comeau.
Jinks/Cohen Co. partners Dan Jinks and Bruce Cohen have hired Matt Moore as exec VP of production.
Sumner Redstone says sister companies CBS and Viacom will be allowed to compete, even though he controls them both.
Film and TV producer Bonnie Forbes' newly launched production shingle has inked a first-look deal with Fortress Entertainment.