Jacques Brel is alive and well -- at least in album production.
Road grosses climbed by a healthy 10.6% during Week 19 (Sept. 29-Oct. 5). Total for the 19 shows reporting was $14,821,037.
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Censorship changes are afoot in formerly strict Singapore. With many Singaporeans college-educated abroad, and the impossibility of censoring Internet content, a Censorship Review Committee report…
An unprecedented slew of top acts is slated to perform at one of two inaugural music fests in Hong Kong as the city looks to get an economic and image boost following the SARS outbreak.
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As Asia-focused as the Pusan Intl. Film Festival (PIFF) is, a strong European presence under the umbrella of the European Film Promotion (EFP) has become a tradition for the event, which wrapped on…
Zimbabwe's Supreme Court has struck down as unconstitutional a section of the controversial broadcasting law that gave the information minister power to license would-be broadcasters.
Has John Malone lost his media Mojo? Denver's daring dealmaker, renowned for three decades of financial engineering, has enjoyed rock-star status on Wall Street.
Thirteen months after listing on the Australian Stock Exchange in a bid to become Australia's biggest live entertainment company, Jacobsen Entertainment has appointed administrators and suspended…
The low-budget production potential of digital technology is being used to open doors for cash-strapped filmmakers in South Africa and could boost the volume of films produced in the country.