Gauls depressed at the thought of returning to their work-a-day lives come September, may find themselves cheered up by the thought of a cheap date at the movies.
Mexico has released a timetable for establishing national digital, high-definition television signals, a step forward for a government that has been slow to update transmission technology, and a…
NBC won't be airing its "Van Helsing"-inspired skein "Transvylvania," but the vampire fighter may still make it to the small screen. Here! TV, which produces gay and lesbian themed-programming, is…
In the past couple of years, distrib Tait Brady was exasperated that some of the best Aussie scripts he read never got made because the producers could not secure the hefty advances from sales agents…
Agents spend a lot of time arguing, wrangling and occasionally yelling. Clients are often in their faces, and assistants and colleagues breathe down their necks. So how do you create a space for them…
Kerry Packer's Nine Network has maintained its ratings dominance this year but faces stiff challenges from Ten's "Australian Idol 2" and next month's Olympic Games coverage on Seven.
Long vexed by the anonymous advance reviews that abound on fan Web sites -- which often trash films before they're released -- the Hollywood studios have at last gotten some measure of vindication.
HBO "Six Feet Under" scribe and co-exec producer Jill Soloway has signed a deal with Free Press to pen her memoir, "Why Jews Go to the Bathroom With the Door Open."
Rupert Gavin has quit unexpectedly as chief executive of BBC Worldwide, prompting speculation that he is planning a bid to buy out the pubcaster's commercial arm.
Martha Stewart may be packing her bags for a five month prison sentence, but her company is finally getting a reprieve. The homemaking media mogul on Friday was sentenced to a relatively light five…
First possible leads on the motives for the killing of Paul Klebnikov, the American-born editor of Forbes Russian edition, came Friday with news from associates that the journalist had begun research…