The success of pay box BSkyB, whose majority stockholder is News Corp., has turned Rupert Murdoch into a hate figure for the British establishment -- according to Rupert Murdoch.
Warner Bros.' political thriller "Syriana" lit up the box office with what appears to be the best per-screen average for a Thanksgiving weekend and the second highest of 2005.
The Rigas saga continues as Michael Rigas, a son of the founder of Adelphia Communications, pled guilty Wednesday to falsifying financial records -- which means he won't be retried on securities and…
Revlon mogul Ron Perelman is reportedly one of three shortlisted bidders to buy Deluxe Film Services from its parent company, Rank Group. Rank has been trying for several years to find a way to…
Harry's setting the world on fire once again as "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" dominated foreign box office with $95.4 million from more than 9,400 prints in 42 markets in its second weekend.
Argentinian helmer Juan Solanas' feature debut "Nordeste" won the top prize at the Stockholm Intl. Film Festival, which wrapped Sunday.
Sony Pictures Television's gaveler "Judge Maria Lopez" has been sold to television stations in 45 of the top 50 markets and is now cleared in 90% of the country for a fall 2006 launch in first-run…
"Look Both Ways," an intimate drama about a terminally ill man facing his mortality, collected the top prizes Saturday at the Australian Film Institute Awards here.
With a fourth senior executive to resign in nine months ankling Kiwi government broadcasting funding org New Zealand On Air, the public broadcasting sector is in a state of upheaval.
Richard Branson has sold the assets of V2 North America, the label he founded after selling Virgin to EMI, to Sheridan Square Entertainment to create a relationship that keeps the V2 imprint in…
Production of film and television here has soared since the British Columbia government raised labor tax credits in January from 11% to 18% for foreign productions and from 20% to 30% for domestic.