Moviegoers gave Sony's "Something's Gotta Give" the top spot at the weekend box office, as the Jack Nicholson-Diane Keaton romantic comedy bowed with an estimated $17 million.
Bertelsmann and Sony wasted little time tying the knot after their monthlong engagement Friday, signing a binding agreement to combine their recorded music businesses in a new joint venture company…
Congress has punted a major decision on broadcasting regs until January. Lawmakers left town last week with the vexing media ownership issue up in the air.
Satcaster DirecTV Latin America, based in Ft. Lauderdale, has filed a proposed reorganization plan with U.S. bankruptcy court in Wilmington, Del., with an eye to exit bankruptcy in 2004.
Departed Disney board members Roy Disney and Stanley Gold have taken their campaign against Mouse House CEO Michael Eisner to the Net, launching Web site SaveDisney.com.
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…
When the Metro Manila Film Festival opens on Christmas Eve, all eyes will be on a film entry by Unitel Pictures -- the outfit that produced the internationally successful "American Adobo."
China will get its first two domestic 24-hour cable movie channels this month, with more slated for next year, in a sign that local stations are starting to respond to the competition from foreign…
Though director Peter Jackson wants his 3 hour-20 minute "The Lord of the Rings: Return of the King" presented without an intermission, a few overseas exhibitors will be inserting an interval. But…
"Bayside Shakedown 2" comes -- again -- to a theater near you, if you happen to be in Japan. Those who were not one of 12.7 million viewers who have spent $157.5 million during the past five months…