Productions by pubcasters dominated the winners of the German TV Grimme Awards on Friday. Helmer Dominik Graf took home six trophies for his youth drama "Die Freunde der freunde" (Friends of the…
Dagmar Reim has become the first woman to top a public TV/radio broadcaster in Germany.
BMI has tapped veteran label exec Ron Solleveld as senior vice president of the musical performing-rights org's international division. Solleveld, who'll be based in New York and report to prexy and…
Movielink has cut its first content deal with a studio other than the five majors backing its online movie-download service, adding films licensed from Artisan Entertainment.
It's an age thing. ABC Family and ABC Cable Networks have split up shared family and kids ad sales division to focus on different age groups.
Exhib Carmike Cinemas on Tuesday posted quarterly and annual losses marked by continuing restructuring charges.
The Prism Awards, which have saluted accurate depictions of drug, alcohol and tobacco use in entertainment since their inception in 1997, will be televised this year on FX.
Danish media group Egmont posted a $42 million profit before tax for 2002, up $37.7 million from 2001, a result which CEO Steffen Kragh described as "satisfactory."
U.S. distribs in Egypt are bracing for an anti-American backlash to Hollywood films as the war in Iraq continues.
The Icelandic Film Center, which replaced the Icelandic Film Fund, has appointed Laufey Gudjonsdottir managing director.
Artificial fog and smoke used in special effects cause respiratory problems for actors and crew, according to research out of the U. of British Columbia.