Germany's highest court has stepped in to block a $17 billion joint lawsuit by EMI, Universal and a group of U.S. music publishers against media giant Bertelsmann for its support of online music…
Net profit for Pan-European channel launcher SBS Broadcasting shot up in the first half of 2003 by 452% on a net revenue rise of 11%.
ITV's largest shareholders Carlton and Granada are considering creating an ITV News division as part of their integration strategy, in preparation for the proposed £2.7 billion ($4.5 billion) merger.
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Pubcaster ARD will be lowering its advertising prices by 5.5% in the coming year, the group's sales & services division said Monday.
Spain's largest media group, Prisa, underscored the gathering signs of recovery in Spain's ad market, at least for its strongest brands, with a 5% hike in ad revenues, from January to June 2003.
Four new German funds backing both local and U.S. product are hitting the market. Munich-based investment group Chorus has released two funds for U.S. TV productions, including series and movies…
Spanish pay TV operator Sogecable posted a second-quarter profit of 9.9 million euros ($11.1 million), aided by a boffo B.O. haul from bigscreen comic book adaptation "Mortadelo and Filemon: the Big…
The European soccer organization UEFA's new selling arrangement for TV rights has got the greenlight from European Union antitrust regulators.
Chris Evans, millionaire broadcaster-turned-producer, was told Monday he must pay £7 million ($11.4 million) in damages to his former employer Virgin Radio.
Gavyn Davies, chairman of the BBC's board of governors, mounted a savage attack on the U.K. government Sunday by accusing them of trying to undermine the pubcaster by threatening to cut the…
A court in Rome has ruled that MGM Intl. does not have the right to sue former Italian movie magnate Vittorio Cecchi Gori's Finmavi, the beleaguered Florentine producer's company said Friday.