In a rare coup for a six-hour movie originally made for TV, "Best of Youth," Marco Tullio Giordana's epic about Italy's 1960s generation, took the lion's share of statuettes at the 48th David di…
After being clobbered last year by mad cow disease, SARS and the war in Iraq, the Banff Television Festival went to an Alberta Court on Wednesday seeking bankruptcy protection, and Pat Ferns, the…
While Washington has tried to regulate porn for years, to little or no effect, industry practitioners have suddenly been spurred to take action for their own reasons.
A snowballing political scandal that has been captivating the nation over the past month has now caught up with Televisa, the nation's top broadcaster.
Spain's new socialist government has tapped Carmen Caffarel, a 50-year-old university professor, as the numero uno at Spain's troubled giant pubcaster RTVE.
Elisa Salinas, general director of Azteca America, the U.S. unit of TV Azteca, said she would leave the company in the near future.
After three terrible years, Cablevision Mexico, the nation's largest cabler, announced a financial turnaround during the first three months of 2004, fueling hopes for an improved future.
Mobile operator O2 is organizing a country-wide series of 50-odd music events this summer, involving several key industry partners, to promote its O2 Music service. This service, launched in…
Spain's largest media group, Prisa, has sold its record publishing business to the Universal Music Group.
The LAPD has made the first arrests in California under a new state law that makes camcorder recording of movies a criminal act.
Just for Variety: "Broadcasting news has seen better days. It's too entertainment oriented," Ted Koppel will tell the Radio and Television News Directors Assn. when he receives the Paul White Award…
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