India and China, the world's two most populous nations, have agreed in principle to use the age-old barter system to explore the distribution and co-production of films and programs for their…
It seems like only yesterday that execs at Universal were nervously brushing up their French in anticipation of a Gallic takeover by swaggering Euro pay TV giant Canal Plus.
The British government's new edict against tax equity funds may have plunged the U.K. production sector into disarray, but the show goes on for a new Bollywood pic scheme.
After a grueling short week in New York and Los Angeles, Tetsu Fujimura rushed back to Tokyo to oversee the announcement of his company's latest capital increase last week.
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Broadcast regulators have taken Euro TV Chisinau off the air in Moldova in a bid to transform the regional net in the middle-European country from a political soapbox into a mainstream channel.
"Gypsy" got a reprieve, but four other Broadway shows close this month, making it one of the grimmest months in recent history.
Academy voters be warned: Don't just toss those screeners into the trash until you've destroyed them.
The South African Broadcasting Corp.'s SABC3 has set aside a record $16 million for homegrown programming during 2004.
Broadway got a reprieve from wintry weather during Week 37 (Feb. 2-8), and grosses rebounded accordingly. B.O. was up by 7.3% to $12,546,800, and attendance climbed by 10.6% to 195,779.