Bertelsmann AG, Europe's largest media company, laid open its ambitions Monday to become the world's leading e-commerce company.
The Laura Pels Foundation, an organization created in 1992 to support the production of classic plays and other professional theater, is awarding two $5,000 scholarships to third year graduate acting…
In an effort to avoid being crushed by the looming "Star Wars" prequel, distributors have inadvertently created the most jam-packed July in recent memory.
Artisan Entertainment has acquired domestic rights to John Turturro's theatrical drama "Illuminata."
The oft-mutating ownership of Via Digital, the struggling Spanish satcaster led by Telefonica, is about to witness further changes as partners Hughes and the Cisneros Group increase their stakes…
"Beast Cops" scooped five major prizes at the 18th Hong Kong Film Awards over the weekend.
Moscow is on the Hudson. A deal has been inked with Good Machine Intl. to turn Mark Ames and Matt Taibbi's kiss-and-tell Moscow book "The Exile" into a pic. Action centers on the two Gen X-ers'…
USA Network ramped up the competitive battle among broadcast and cable networks for theatrical movies in the first network window by buying New Line's "Next Friday" starring Ice Cube more than a…
Mexico-based CIE, Latin America's biggest concert promoter, is making its first forays into Brazil with a multimedia approach.
Alberto Campo Dall'Orto, 34, current head of MTV in Italy, will take on responsibilities for the development of MTV in Southern Europe, including Spain, Portugal and Greece.
Jeanne Tripplehorn will join U.K. thesps Iain Glen ("Silent Scream"), Ewen Bremner ("Trainspotting") and Kevin Whately ("The English Patient") in John Duigan's latest film, "Paranoia."