Last year's surprise blockbuster weepie, "Crying Out for Love from the Center of the World," helped propel the Tokyo Broadcasting System's film production arm to a stellar year.
"Million Dollar Baby" and "Sideways" were well-positioned at the overseas box office to cash in on Oscar wins, while "The Aviator" could also see a nice bump, although it's been running for four to…
Gallic broadcasters and their associates in the French soccer world are quaking over a vast probe into the sport's murky multimillion-dollar finances.
"Alexander" tried to rip off the Romans. That's the claim being made by Rome's Cinecitta Studios, which has filed lawsuit against Warner Bros. Italia, demanding the Oliver Stone epic be pulled off…
Don't tell the networks comedy is dead. Despite all the hand-wringing over the genre's decline, the nets still know how to create quality laffers.
The rerun marketplace has gone bananas for such hard-edged dramas as "The Sopranos," the three "Law & Orders" and the three "CSIs," which have racked up record license fees among cable networks.
Much has been made of the Herculean task Tom Freston has undertaken in remaking Paramount. But a bigger burden is on his Viacom co-prexy Leslie Moonves. In its earnings call Feb. 24, Viacom posted a…
Voiceover: It's hard to fathom what a ruckus the debut of Steven Bochco's "NYPD Blue" caused in September 1993: Editorials were written about its salaciousness, advertisers balked, network execs…
If HBO is looking for its next ratings hit, all roads are leading to "Rome," which may be the pay cabler's best hope to reach the massive audience that flocks to mob opera "The Sopranos."
Two years ago, private commercial webs welcomed the New Zealand government's decision to take the commercial edge off TVNZ, the dominant state-owned broadcaster.
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