Russia's film world turned eastward for the third Pacific Meridian fest, which wrapped in Pacific port city Vladivostok Sept. 15. Screening pics from 20 Asian countries, the Vladivostok fest looked…
With a wave of its little antennae, the small but mighty cell phone is ready to change the way Hollywood promotes its film and TV properties to audiences. Major wireless carriers Cingular, Sprint and…
Advertising is up in the first six months of 2005. So why all the bloodletting at the nation's biggest newspapers? The New York Times Co. is cutting 500 employees, including 45 and 35 positions…
The state of Eastern Europe's TV industry will be the focus of the upcoming European Television Dialogue, taking place in Munich on the eve of the Medientage Muenchen media confab next month.
One of Russia's hottest young directors, 26-year-old Alexei German Jr. recently saw his "Garpastum" selected for both the Venice and Toronto Film Fests.
Got a spare minute? Take out your phone and check out a clip from your fave latenight talkshow, then view video highlights from the concert you caught the night before and still have a hangover from…
If early signs mean anything, it's going to be a brutal fall for the Big Six -- though there are several significant bright spots.
Russian small business will get a boost this fall thanks to innovative reality show "Chance."
With little new product spanning the globe in the Sept. 16-18 frame, Warner Bros.' holdover "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" was able to land in the No. 1 spot for the fourth time overseas…
Now that increasing numbers of the 195 million wireless subscribers in the U.S. can get more than just calls on their cell phones, the question of what form entertainment content will take is…
If anyone was looking to glean a sense of Sony's future under Howard Stringer, the company's Sept. 22 presentation was long on ideas and shorter on precise courses of action.