In yet another restructuring move, struggling CNN on Monday showed the door to top U.S. programming chief Teya Ryan and dissolved the stand-alone newsgathering division headed by net veteran Eason…
Stuck in a tight race to become governor, Arnold Schwarzenegger may be affected the most by Monday's federal court order postponing the Oct. 7 recall election.
FX will televise the third annual DVD Exclusive Awards to be produced by Dick Clark Prods.
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The Los Angeles Opera filmed its world premiere presentation of "Nicholas and Alexandra" and the season opener "La damnation de Faust" with an eye toward release on DVD in the future.
"The Lamb," a $20 million biblical epic, is scheduled to start shooting in South Africa in December, exec produced by former Paramount Pictures president Frank Yablans and directed by Regardt van den…
A contract's a contract. Vivendi Universal's controversial former CEO Jean-Marie Messier may be down, but he's not out -- of cash, that is. So ruled a New York State court Monday, ordering the French…
The Australian Film Commission argued that U.S. films dominate the Aussie B.O., grabbing 83.2% of the market last year, in its campaign to protect subsidies and quotas during U.S.-Australia free…
German media giant Bertelsmann is facing a $5 billion lawsuit filed Monday in Santa Barbara, Calif., by two former managers who claim they were swindled out of a stake in AOL Europe.
Music industry leaders have called on European finance ministers to cut the tax paid on sound recordings, after an informal weekend summit.
Fallen Teutonic TV topper Leo Kirch's son Thomas has been formally asked to return unpaid loans worth E150 million ($170 million) to the bankrupt Kirch Media.
Brussels-based Italian cultural association Sintesi has organized a festival of Italian film, Italian Cinema: Past and Present, to be held in the Belgian capital.