Afghanistan puffed up its chest Monday when "Osama," the first Afghan film to be made after the fall of the Taliban, won the foreign film award at the Golden Globes in Los Angeles on Sunday.
The Golden Globes re-established itself as a ratings dynamo Sunday night, attracting the kudocast's largest audience ever on NBC. One year after it was tackled for a loss opposite CBS' coverage of…
Helmer Mikael Hafstrom's "Evil" won Sweden's Golden Bug for best feature Monday at an SVT-televised ceremony in Goteborg, as a part of the 27th Goteborg Film Festival.
The government revoked Thales Spectrum's $500 million concession to run Argentina's radio spectrum for broadcast TV, radio and other services on Monday after the French defense electronics company…
San Francisco-based TechTV, a cable programmer that showcases the edgy and unexpected side of technology, has secured a distribution deal with Aussie paybox Foxtel.
French-language broadcaster RTL-TVi will bow a third channel, Plug TV, on Feb. 13, offering programming targeted at the 15-34 age group.
Just weeks after Turner Intl. India launched its Pogo channel comes a Hindi equivalent aimed at the 47 million children in India's 40 million cable homes.
Finnish director Johanna Vuoksenmaa's "Upswing," about a couple conned of their possessions while on holiday, topped the list with 10 nominations for the Jussis, Finland's film awards.
German licensing group EM.TV looks set to take over Junior TV, a programming catalog it jointly owns with the bankrupt Kirch Media.
Brad Anderson's "The Machinist," recently unspooled at Sundance and starring Christian Bale and Jennifer Jason Leigh, and "Go Further," Ron Mann's documentary about Woody Harrelson's campaign to…
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