With the heaviest strike clouds looming over Los Angeles, film biz vets in New York are finding some surprising silver linings.
A consortium led by state-run Korea Telecom is facing the daunting challenge of getting a direct satellite broadcasting service off the ground by the end of the year. KT won the national license in…
MTV Intl. has partnered with Netbaby World to carry online games on MTV Web sites for Asia, Europe and Latin America.
So here's Marlon Brando's next payday: He'll work four days. He'll perform an exorcism. He'll mumble a few words. He may even get killed. And for this, he'll collect a tidy $2 million next week.
Nancy Carson has been promoted to senior VP of international distribution at Warner Bros. Pictures. In her new post, Carson becomes second-in-command to international distribution prexy Veronika…
Another year, another cast departure on "Law & Order": Angie Harmon is ankling the NBC drama, ending a three-year run with the series.
The fifth annual Urbanworld Film Festival, a leading showcase for films by African-American, Latino and Asian filmmakers, will be held Aug. 1-5 in Gotham.
There's no love lost between the musicians' union and the producers of the new Off Broadway show "Love, Janis."
New Line has beaten out several U.K. offers for film rights to "Being Alexander," a first novel by British author Nancy Sparling.
CNN founder Ted Turner should learn today whether his bid for a stake in Russia's only politically independent TV station has been accepted.
Giant-screen movie company Imax has inked a $15 million deal to supply 400 digital billboards for the London Underground subway network.