No. 1 Swiss cabler Cablecom has launched the country's first digital pay TV operation.
Working Title Films and Universal Pictures have made one of the final casting choices for "About a Boy," a high-profile movie greenlighted to beat any possible strikes.
The road had a net loss of four shows during Week 44 (March 26-April 1), bringing total receipts to $13,537,402, a 13.8% decline. The number of shows reporting was 21.
CNN's prodigal son returns. Lou Dobbs, who ankled the news cabler two years ago after a disagreement with management, will return as anchor and managing editor of "Moneyline News Hour," the financial…
The Prism Awards were presented by the Entertainment Industries Council. Information was incorrect in Monday’s paper. * * * The Mosaic Media Group is based in Los Angeles. Information was incorrect…
Spanish shingle Filmax has enlisted Anna Paquin to star in "The Darkness," to be directed and penned by Jaume Balaguero ("Nameless").
Top TV scribes show no sign of bailing on their union... AFTRA has pledged to split costs 50-50 with SAG on the upcoming contract campaign... four states have introduced legislation that legally…
Italy's TV tycoon Silvio Berlusconi, who is widely expected to be elected prime minister May 13, may be planning a coup de theatre just before the vote -- the sale of part of his TV empire Mediaset…
Norwegian director Nils Gaup and producer John M. Jacobsen of Norway's Filmkameratene are mulling a U.S. remake of Gaup's 1987 Academy Award-nommed "Pathfinder." Mike Medavoy of Phoenix Pictures may…
Irked that Napster isn't moving more quickly to become legit, a federal judge on Tuesday warned she may chain the gates and shut down the popular Internet song-swapping service for good.
There was some extra bounce in CBS' ratings for the NCAA men's basketball tournament, and it may not have been just because of the action on the hardwood.