The 1999 New York International Children's Film Festival will take place Feb. 6-13.
Le Conseil de la Concurrence -- the body overseeing fair play in France's marketplace -- announced it would fine pay service Canal Plus 10 million francs ($1.8 million) for "abuse of dominant…
The Peacock's Tom Brokaw-anchored "Nightly News" is on track to score its second consecutive yearlong Nielsen win -- despite losing the most viewers of all the evening newscasts.
The Directors Guild of America will present selections from the 1998 Hamptons Intl. Film Festival Jan. 14-17 at the DGA Theater in Manhattan.
Seated among a sea of suits from mining, electronic and manufacturing companies, U.K.-based Aussie pop singer Kylie Minogue was awarded an Export Achievement Award by Oz deputy prime minister Tim…
Italy's antitrust authority fined major broadcasters RAI, Mediaset and Cecchi Gori a total of $1.6 million for non-competitive practices in the acquisition of sports rights.
A growing number of locked-out off-camera workers at ABC are angry at their union, NABET, for holding up a vote on a contract offer that the net made on Dec. 11.
Pubcaster ARD topped the German ratings in 1998, displacing former market leader RTL for the first time since 1992.
Molly Ringwald and Brian Kerwin have been cast in Paula Vogel's Pulitzer-winning play "How I Learned to Drive," opening at the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles on Feb. 25 under the direction of Mark…
Munich-based EM.TV & Merchandising announced Tuesday that it has taken over Dutch merchandising company Wavery Production, which holds the rights to a number of popular cartoon characters in the…
Sony Corp. will operate movie theaters in Japan that come stocked with the latest hardware from the Japanese electronics giant, starting in 1999.