FROM NATPEBugs Bunny is about to hop into China. In a deal that could signal a new stage in the relations between China and Hollywood's TV suppliers, national broadcaster CCTV will air a package of…
The BBC is planning a five-day nationwide music festival in May 2000, at an estimated cost of $16 million, as part of its Millennium celebrations.
Paxson Communications Corp. has named former Valuevision G.M. Gregory Lerman to head up its new electronic commerce division.
The Second World War won big Monday when the Directors Guild of America announced its nominees for the 1998 outstanding directorial achievement in feature film.
The flow of red ink just keeps on coming at Behaviour Communications, which reported Monday that it lost C$18.8 million ($12 million) last year.
TF1 chairman Patrick Le Lay's surprise decision to take a 9% stake in the Paris-based Pathe group appeared to have backfired Monday as Canal Plus and parent Vivendi (formerly Generale des Eaux)…
Russia's beleaguered film industry, still in aftershock from last August's financial crisis, couldn't have hoped for a better New Year's present. New legislation signed Jan. 6 by president Boris…
Creative Artists Agency fired a warning shot across the bow of Michael Ovitz's new Artists Management Group Monday, declaring it would no longer represent any client who signed with Ovitz.
Sunday's NBC coverage of the Golden Globes has reinforced that kudocast's claim as one of the biggest awards shows of them all, surprisingly beating last year's breakthrough result with a preliminary…
Svensk Filmindustri president Jan Edholm has resigned after a year at the Swedish film giant, furthering speculation the 100% subsidiary of the Bonnier Group may be going through a difficult period…
FROM MIDEMAfter the word sex, MP3 is now the most common entry used to search for Web sites on the Internet.