The Kirch Group has again extended its deadline to repay a 460 million euro ($411 million) loan to Dresdner Bank. The deadline was Wednesday.
John Malone's Liberty Media on Wednesday unexpectedly dropped its bid for Rupert Murdoch's 22% stake in German pay TV web Premiere World.
The euro, Europe's new currency, has claimed its first TV victim - the hit game show "The Price Is Right."
UPDATED JAN. 17 | Like football and baseball, parity came to video last year. In a year in which DreamWorks Home Entertainment encouraged consumers to spend a staggering $436 million on the video…
DreamWorks has snatched up the comedy spec "Head of State," Chris Rock's helming debut. The hyphenate will star as an alderman plucked from his Washington, D.C., neighborhood and thrust into a…
As the snow begins to fall in Park City, the dealmaking continues to heat up. Sony Pictures Classics has coughed up roughly $2 million for English-language and Latin America rights to Todd Louiso's…
As in pro football and baseball, parity has come to the the video biz. In a year when consumers spent a staggering $436 million on the video version of DreamWorks' "Shrek," and Universal had three…
FX is preparing to unload reruns of "The X-Files" to a competing cable network, allowing Twentieth TV, the distributor, to harvest a cash bonanza that could add up to more than $200 million.
Technicolor Digital Cinema has tapped former Stan Lee Media exec Kenneth Williams as prexy.
"Nightline" anchor Ted Koppel has been tapped to receive the Chairman's Award at this year's National Assn. of Television Program Executives confab in Las Vegas, which begins next week.
Once again, "Once & Again" is being pulled from ABC's schedule.