German film group Internationalmedia ended 2004 in the red, despite making a profit in the last quarter thanks to Oliver Stone's "Alexander." Revenues in 2004 totaled E185 million ($248 million)…
RTL Group, Europe's largest broadcasting company, saw net profits surge to $492 million in 2004 from $19 million a year earlier thanks to its French, Spanish and British subsids, the company reported…
HBO's "Six Feet Under" and "The Sopranos," NBC's "The West Wing" and comedy series "Scrubs" and "Will & Grace" plus Fox's "Arrested Development" are the U.S. contenders for the Monte Carlo Television…
Nova Scotia has upped the ante in the competition to attract producers, raising its film and TV tax credits from 30% to 35% for those shooting in the capital city of Halifax and from 35% to 40% for…
Helmers Gus Van Sant and John Sayles and producer Geoff Stier will mentor Australian filmmakers in the Aurora script development program run by the New South Wales Film and Television Office.
Italy's Communications Authority has slapped multimillion-dollar fines on Mediaset and RAI, claiming the networks have breached advertising revenue caps meant to prevent their domination of the…
Premiere, Germany's sole pay TV platform, made a successful stock market debut Wednesday, with shares selling for E30.50 ($40.92), well above the offer price of $37.50.
There's no slowing down Fox's "American Idol," whose Wednesday results show delivered the best numbers for the series this season, according to preliminary nationals from Nielsen. The net's shows…
French film production fared well in 2004 with 203 films, in line with the average for the past five years, produced on a budget of E1.048 billion ($1.4 billion).
Drew Barrymore will receive a special Distinguished Decade of Achievement in Film Award at ShoWest for her career achievements.
Kate Burton is set to headline a Broadway revival of "The Constant Wife."