BBC journalist Andrew Gilligan's report of a "sexed up" government dossier on Iraq's weapons capability was "completely untrue," U.K. intelligence chief John Scarlett said Tuesday in day nine of the…
As the summer television season nears a close, three high-profile unscripted skeins -- NBC's "The Restaurant," CBS' "The Amazing Race" and Fox's "American Juniors" -- ended their runs last week and…
NBC Enterprises is launching a U.K. version of its U.S. syndicated entertainment newsmagazine "Access Hollywood" on Flextech's cablesat channel Living TV in November.
Danish screenwriter Nikolaj Scherfig was appointed feature film consultant Tuesday at the Danish Film Institute, where he will start his job as commissioning editor Nov. 1.
Despite the weak economy, Swiss-German distributor and license trader Highlight Communications on Tuesday posted a 15% increase in net profits to 9 million Swiss francs ($6.3 million) and a revenue…
The Dutch Supreme Court on Tuesday rejected a creditor's appeal that held up Netherlands-based United Pan Europe Communications' badly needed debt restructuring for a year.
Global production outfit Endemol on Monday pacted to open its first office in Russia. Endemol has taken an 80% stake in Endemol Moscow; Moscow-based publishing house Independent Media holds the…
The Australian arms of Warner Music and Universal Music have each been fined $A1 million ($650,000) for breaching the Trade Practices Act by refusing to supply retailers who stocked imported CDs.
Calls for a common European film policy were high on the agenda at the three-day Babelsberg Intl. Conference on Film and Television Production, which kicked off Monday at Studio Babelsberg outside of…
Italian movies will get a e50 million ($54.5 million) boost this year thanks to Rupert Murdoch-backed paybox Sky Italia.