NBC Enterprises is pitching "Princess Diana: The Secret Tapes," a two part, two-hour doc series co-produced by NBC News and NBC Enterprises that offers an intimate view of the princess with footage…
With an astounding ruling in the long-running Winnie the Pooh case, a judge dismissed the Slesinger family's claims for additional royalties as a punishment for "egregious" and "dishonest"…
NBC secured a share of Sunday's demo lead on the strength of a potent perf by third-year drama "Crossing Jordan," according to preliminary nationals from Nielsen. The Peacock and Fox tied among…
Denmark's Egmont media concern had its best year result ever in 2003, increasing before-tax profits by 50% to approximately $72 million in spite of an 8% reduction of net revenues, to $1.35 million.
Peter Ustinov, whose film career began in London in the 1940s and netted two Oscars in the '60s, died Sunday of heart failure near Lake Geneva, Switzerland. He was 82.
Ten Swedish movies scheduled for late 2004-early 2005 are in jeopardy in a row over financing for the Swedish Film Institute.
Peter Herrmann, producer of last year's foreign-lingo Oscar winner "Nowhere in Africa," has ankled shingle MTM to establish his own company.
French rocker Bertrand Cantat was sentenced Monday to eight years in prison by a Lithuanian court for beating to death his girlfriend, French thesp Marie Trintignant, during an argument.
Mark Burnett is looking to launch a reality show with the most dramatic endgame yet: Rescuing kidnapped children. Unscripted supremo has wrapped production on a pilot for "Recovery," a CBS hour which…
Rhythm & Hues has landed the role as lead special effects studio on the Walt Disney Studios and Walden Media fantasy epic "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe," which…
Following in the steps of its Spanish partner, Miami-based media consultancy Animus Group has formed a production division, Animus Entertainment Group.