French cinemas notched up 183 million ticket sales in 2001, up 10% and the best year since 1984, according to estimates released by Gallic exhibs Wednesday.
The BBC has beaten ITV in the two broadcaster's annual ratings battle for the first time in 40 years.
Pop the bubbly -- just not the Dom Perignon. While 2001 will mark increases both in box office and admissions over last year, it's likely to set a record only for B.O. Meanwhile, Warner Bros. will…
As though fighting some two-headed beast worthy of a "Harry Potter" yarn, media companies had to tangle with the demonic tag team of recession and the economic consequences of the terrorist attacks…
After a turbulent autumn at the box office, Broadway managed to end the year with its traditional big-bucks performance.
A battle of linguistic proportions is brewing in the nation's small TV markets, as Univision aggressively pursues outlets for its new Spanish-language network Telefutura.
Awards season is in full swing, and there are a load of contenders for best film performances, production design, music and special effects. It's the small matter of best picture that is dividing…
Michael Eisner, chairman of Walt Disney, has won the first skirmish in his battle with Charlie Ergen, chairman of EchoStar, but both sides are preparing for a long conflict.
Australia's John Winter and Oz-based Indian producer Anupam Sharma are tapping into Bollywood's recent worldwide success with audiences to co-produce a romantic comedy.
With Korean movies snagging more than 40% of local B.O. and homegrown hits bringing seven-digit profits to producers, Koreans are realizing that movies can be as good as gold to investors.
Universal Studios Japan will take in 795.2 billion yen ($61 billion) during its first year -- about three times more than estimated, according to the Daiwa Research Institute.