RTL Group will cut 30 staffers at its Luxembourg headquarters, and close most of its European bureaus due to the difficult economy and the slump in ad revenues.
The Czech Republic's Broadcasting Council voted Wednesday to take the license of beleaguered station TV3 away from its holder, Martin Kindernay.
Artists and musicians in the European Union will get a $3.3 million Christmas bonus, as the U.S. agreed Tuesday to pay rights holders temporary compensation in a transatlantic rights dispute.
In a landmark deal, China has granted carriage rights to a new cable channel for the first time.
Florida Gov. Jeb Bush Tuesday announced a new program, Production Partners, aimed at keeping advertising production in-state. Production Partners is a collaborative effort between the state Office of…
Filme & Music Entertainment (FAME) has revised its figures for 2001, due to the delayed start of two film co-productions.
Commercial stations are scaling back in hard times, but German regional pubcaster WDR has increased its programming budget for next year by 2% to $302.5 million, with about $231 million slated for TV…
Road grosses slipped by 4.3% to $11,352,533 during Week 28 (Dec. 3-9).
After weeks of talks and a hornet's nest of rivaling bids, Comcast Corp. has finally won the hand of AT&T Broadband in a deal valued at $72 billion, creating the country's largest cable TV carrier…
Film rights dealer Kinowelt Medien has filed for insolvency proceedings with the Munich court after talks with ABN Amro Bank failed.
Americans aren't feeling a lot of holiday cheer when it comes to the EchoStar-DirecTV merger, at least according to a poll released Wednesday by one of the deal's more vocal opponents, the National…