CTV Specialty TV and Rogers Media are pooling their resources on the high-definition television front, inking a deal under which Rogers will invest in 50% of CTV Specialty's mobile production and…
It's scary how predictable people can be. Unfortunately for Hollywood, it seems easiest to predict when moviegoers won't head to movie theaters.
The drama is supposed to be onscreen. But the awkward convergence of Italian politics and cinema this year is setting up a dramatic conflict over the future of the Venice Film Festival.
Place your bets now: Odds are good that at this time next year you'll be tuning in to a military drama, watching some criminals plot the perfect heist or flipping by some new primetime sudser.
Asians love Gallic TV. The region equaled North America in picking up 9% of French TV exports in 2002, and industryites are determined to make sure it stays that way, which explains why exhibitors…
As 2003 draws to a close, it's clear that only a blockbuster December would boost the year out of its box office decline.
It looks as though Gallic distrib Jean Labadie may have saved his troubled company Bac from ruin. Miramax's one-time French distribution partner looks poised to finalize a deal with the same…
Brian Lowry: Tuning In
Ad spending on feevees in Argentina, the biggest pay TV market in Latin America, shot up 69% in the third quarter of 2003 from a year earlier as a recovering economy encouraged advertisers to buy…
Adam Dawtrey: London Eye