Why wait for fall? Canuck commercial broadcaster CTV pulled out all the stops Monday in unveiling a 52-week schedule, headlined "The New Season Starts Now."
Helmer and digital cinema advocate Mike Figgis is dabbling in mobile phone content with the launch of the second annual Nokia Shorts competition today in London.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has moved a couple of steps closer to making its film museum a reality. Heather Cochran has been hired to coordinate planning of the site.
London-based music co Sanctuary Group defied the trend among its peers by posting sales growth of 41% to £89 million ($163.5 million) during the first six months of its current financial year.
Canada, Spain and Sweden took top honors at the 44th Zlin Festival of Films for Children and Youth, which wrapped on June 5 in the Czech Republic.
After two years of preparations, Danish director Lars von Trier has pulled out of his ambitious stage production of Wagner's "The Ring of the Niebelungs" for the Bayreuth Festival in 2006.
Fox Kids Europe's (FKE) licensing arm JCP has inked a deal with Japan's TMS Entertainment to manage the master licensing and merchandising rights for Sonic X for Europe, the Middle East and Latin…
TV's biggest night will be seen in the world's biggest country this year, as the China Movie Channel has signed on to broadcast the Primetime Emmy Awards.
Just about everybody, friends and friendly foes alike, called to congratulate Leslie Moonves on his promotion last week to Viacom co-prexy/co-chief operating officer. Donald Trump, on the other hand…
The truth is out there -- and soon, Chris Carter's "Millennium" and "Harsh Realm" will be, too. With all nine seasons of "The X-Files" available on DVD as of last month, Fox Home Entertainment is…
TV writer-producer Ralph Farquhar will make his feature writing and directing bow with New Line Cinema teen comedy "Crenshaw Blvd."