The Afghanistan capital of Kabul will be the venue of the Indian Film Festival 2002, according to an announcement from India's Information & Broadcasting Ministry and the Directorate of Film…
The Indian government has decided not to ban Pakistan's cable and satellite channels from coming into the country, despite border tensions between the two.
The life of one of Peru's best-known icons is being brought to local television in a joint production from Andina Television-Canal 9 and Chroma Producciones.
The U.K.'s opposition Conservative Party plans to introduce a bill in Parliament aimed at hastening the creation of a single ITV company.
A month after it slashed costs to refinance a $A400 million ($206 million) debt, struggling regional Australian satcaster Austar failed to meet the Dec. 31 restructure deadline imposed by its…
One of the real-life heroes featured in Bertrand Tavernier's wartime drama "Laissez Passer" will today seek an injunction against the new pic's release on French screens next week.
Werner Klatten, head of German kidvidder EM.TV & Merchandising, has said he will follow through with plans to buy a 25.1% stake in the financially-troubled company from predecessor Thomas Haffa later…
Hong Kong telco Pacific Century Cyberworks is cutting 400 jobs at Network of the World, its London-based TV and Internet entertainment service.
Sony is developing yet another consumer electronics device: the Terminator. Easily the highest-budgeted film ever greenlit, "Terminator 3: The Rise of the Machines" is being financed by Intermedia…
Warner Bros. and Paramount are negotiating with former Mann Theaters owner Jeff Lewine to return ownership of most Mann properties to the Pittsburgh-based exhib by next month, sources said Wednesday.
Charlie Ergen, chairman and CEO of EchoStar, has accused the Walt Disney Co. of demanding "hush money" to keep the Mouse House from attacking the pending merger of EchoStar and DirecTV.