TV-Loonland topper Peter Voelkle has ankled the tyke licensing and production company in the wake of an investigation by the Munich district attorney's office into alleged tax evasion.
Gay Nazis, the legacy of Chechnya, thesp Horst Buchholz and the true story behind "Dog Day Afternoon" are some of the subjects examined in the documentary section of the Berlin Intl. Film Festival's…
Blighty's dominant commercial broadcaster, ITV, has scored a psychologically important victory over its rival, satcaster BSkyB.
Box office hit "Dalecarlians" and black comedy "Four Shades of Brown" swept the Swedish Film Institute's Golden Bugs on Monday night, shutting out "As It Is in Heaven," which is nominated for the…
Product placement may line coin in both producers and networks' pockets, but overkill can ultimately hurt a show's integrity, said panelists at a NATPE confab discussing TV's bottom-line costs.
Alternately wisecracking and whimsical, Ted Turner took several potshots at media consolidation but largely spared his old colleagues at Time Warner during the opening keynote session at NATPE…
French helmer Christophe Barratier toasted two Oscar nominations for "The Chorus" (Les Choristes) -- foreign-language film and original song -- with a glass of champagne Tuesday.
NBC's rookie psychic drama "Medium" is showing no signs of slowing down, topping a repeat of CBS' "CSI: Miami" to stand as Monday's top-rated program, according to preliminary nationals from Nielsen…
Double Oscar nominee Jamie Foxx said if he sounds calm at all, it is because he is still in "work mode."
Oscar voters proved they are just plane folks, as "The Aviator" flew off with 11 nominations in balloting for the 77th annual Academy Awards. The Howard Hughes biopic was followed by "Finding…
Cirque du Soleil will finally go the bus-and-truck route. For the first time in its history, the upscale circus extravaganza will take to the road in a series of one-night stands beginning in…