Subs at satellite operator Sky Brasil rose 3.4% to 732,000 in 2002 despite a pay TV crisis that saw subs at all other operators drop.
The eye-popping images of professional sports events in high definition moved another step closer to living-room TV sets Thursday when ESPN signed a batch of cable operators for spinoff network ESPN…
Bulgarian state news service topper Stoyan Cheshmedjiev was ousted Monday after angry protestors and journalists took to the streets.
French thesp Vincent Lindon will head the jury of the Cognac detective and thriller film festival, which unspools April 10 -13.
WB's "Year of the Matrix" kicked off its U.K. launch in London on Thursday with senior VP Josh Berger outlining scribe/helmer brothers Andy and Larry Wachowski's plans for world domination in 2003.
The U.K. Sci Fi channel, backed by Universal Studios Networks, has outbid entertainment satcaster Sky One for the TV premieres to three U.S. drama series from 20th Century Fox, it was revealed at the…
Entertainment and media PR firm the Lippin Group has upped Les Eisner from senior VP to executive vice president. He'll continue reporting to Dick Lippin, chairman-CEO of the Lippin Group.
Protesters opposed to the war -- and to the media cashing in on it -- stopped traffic in Midtown Thursday morning, but they didn't stop business.
To meet Gotham's need for a major broadcast tower since the antenna on top of the World Trade Center was destroyed in the 9/11 attacks, one is going up in Times Square.
Spanish commercial broadcaster Telecinco on Thursday posted 2002 net profits of €86 million ($92 million) off $677 million in revenue, with ad revs of $626.6 million.
Dimension Films has sealed a two-year first look overall deal with Principato Young Management, culminating a flurry of business activity between the companies and giving the studio access to a…