The French digital platform Television Par Satellite (TPS) saw revenues climb to $280 million in 1999, up 63% on the previous year.
Indie producer Gabriella Tana and Chris Sievernich, new head of Kinowelt USA, may have discovered the next "It Girl." The only wrinkle: She's two centuries old.
Media giant Bertelsmann has denied local reports that it is planning a takeover of Universal's music division.
In its first major announcement since tapping Ken Wong as CEO, high-profile Netcaster Pop.com unveiled plans Wednesday for Popfest, a filmfest-like channel on the site intended to help generate…
The European Commission has OK'd pay TV giant BSkyB to take a 24% stake in the German Kirch Group's pay TV platform Premiere World.
The Barry Levinson/Tom Fontana police drama "The Beat" premiered Tuesday to moderate Nielsen ratings, bringing more viewers to UPN but failing to make any real demo gains.
The music magazine troika of Vibe, Spin and Blaze have been taken off the auction block. In a week that saw Time Inc. shut down Life magazine and Conde Naste cease publication of Details, Miller…
Director David Lynch will develop a series of animated shorts titled "Dumbland" exclusively for Shockwave.com., it was announced Wednesday at the Yahoo! Internet Life Online Film Festival.
Shooting gets under way today on France's Atlantic coast on "Two Girls," the seventh feature from controversial French writer-director Catherine Breillat, whose ultrafrank sexual odyssey "Romance"…
Christopher Lambert will topline the upcoming indie action-suspenser "Capital Offense."
Members of Congress and the head of the Federal Trade Commission may think that media mergers should get more vigilant antitrust scrutiny, but Time Warner vice chairman Ted Turner says he is not…
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