TF1, France's leading terrestrial web, posted a profit of e191.5 million ($239 million) for 2003, up 23% but lower than analysts' expectations of $247 million.
The top slot in nation's album sales is starting to feel like home for Norah Jones. Success for the disc isn't limited to the U.S.: The album has now topped the charts in 28 other countries. Kanye…
Nearly one year after filing for bankruptcy protection, pan-regional satcaster DirecTV Latin America said it has emerged from Chapter 11, effective Tuesday.
A different net ruled each hour of primetime on Tuesday, with Fox's "American Idol," UPN's "America's Next Top Model" and NBC's "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" all delivering strong ratings…
Helmer Vladimir Khotinenko's submarine drama "72 Meters" has notched up record B.O. of 36.5 million rubles ($1.25 million) after two weeks in wide release in Russia.
London-based FBC-Fact Based Communications has launched a production company called FBC India, with plans to work in close partnership with the four-year-old Rossellini & Associates India. Both are…
Redbus Pictures has acquired U.K. rights to John Curran's "We Don't Live Here Anymore" from Warner Independent Pictures.
Mary Stuart Masterson has signed to play Maggie the Cat in the Kennedy Center's upcoming production of "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof," part of a retrospective of plays by Tennessee Williams. Mark Lamos will…
Barry Pepper is gearing up for his second starring role as a beloved sports hero. Having played baseball legend Roger Maris in HBO's "61*," thesp is assuming the role of late race-car driver Dale…
Don Rickles has signed on for TNT's telepic "The Wool Cap," starring William H. Macy.
The USA Network's love affair with Adam Sandler, stoked by the huge ratings his movies deliver, has prompted USA to join with the WB in a shared window for thesp's latest, "50 First Dates."