Comcast Corp. topper Brian Roberts doesn't give up easily.
Despite the chilly blast of an advertising recession in Germany, Haim Saban is bucking the trend.
NBC shook up the primetime landscape in a big way Sunday, with earthquake pic "10.5" pulverizing everything in its path.
Producer Laura Milliken will receive the first executive mentorship award presented by Women in Film and Television Toronto in association with Innoversity.
"Wicked," the new tuner about the witches from Oz, led the way at the Outer Critics Circle Awards, winning four honors, including the Broadway musical nod.
Nielsen Media Research is set to launch its Radio Audience Measurement Service in China, the second-largest radio market after the U.S.
A court has stripped the Ontario Film Review Board of its power to stop films entering the province for a year.
Disney Channel Latin America shifted to basic in Argentina on Saturday, part of a move away from the premium-only, advertising-free service it launched in the region between 2000 and 2001.
Some Christians in South Africa are not averse to breaking the law in their quest to spread the message of Mel Gibson's "The Passion of the Christ" to as many people as possible.
MTV has unveiled its first Asian TV drama series, "Rouge," about five babes who are rock musicians by day and spies by night, after five months of auditions.
The late James Miller's "Death in Gaza" took the audience award at the Hot Docs Toronto Intl. Documentary Festival, which wrapped Sunday.