French newspapers, radio, TV and movie theaters changed their usual programming last week to remember the 60th anni of D-Day. But given the strained state of Franco-American relations these days…
Dominant paybox United Broadcasting Corp.'s attempts to add subscribers are being thwarted by illegal operators who are undercutting prices.
There was some surprise last week when it was reported that reclusive director Terrence Malick was resurfacing not in Hollywood but in Austin, Texas.
Despite all the fuss about a French rival to CNN, it could be years before Americans see Gaul's global news channel on their TVs.
Last week, Viacom and Sumner Redstone shed two key execs in the most explicit admission to date that media congloms can't stick to the status quo. At the same time, Disney's Michael Eisner signaled…
To make "Fahrenheit 9/11," Michael Moore ambushed congressmen on the steps of the U.S. Capitol, staked out the Saudi embassy and snuck footage out of Iraq.
Stateside TV execs may finally be switching from fall launches to year-round scheduling, but it's long been the norm for Hong Kong's terrestrial rivals Asia Television (ATV) and Television Broadcasts…
Execs worrying about the right dates for theatrical, DVD and pay-per-view have a new release window to start thinking about: handheld vidgame consoles.
The 7th Zanzibar International Film Festival, commonly known as the Festival Of The Dhow Countries, opens June 25 with one of Bollywood's most innovative film projects, Vishal Bhardwaj's adaptation…
Since the 2003-04 season is a "leap year" on Broadway, last week was Week 53 (May 24-30), the final week of the season.
Tuning In: California is well known for inaugurating cultural trends, even if the state lagged behind Minnesota in tapping a well-muscled alumnus of the movie "Predator" as its governor.