Bertelsmann and San Francisco-based Internet company iSyndicate are forming equal joint venture iSyndicate Europe to distribute media content continentwide.
M. Edgar Rosenblum, a longtime executive director of the Long Wharf Theater, has been named executive director of the Theater for a New Audience.
Top ratings for shows like Globo's "No Limite" and SBT's "Show do Milhao" -- formats of "Survivor" and "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire," respectively -- have whetted the appetite of Brazilian…
The Slamdance Film Festival has selected three winners for the fifth annual Slamdance Screenplay competition: first place, Russell Paquette's "Gotta Keep Movin,' " second place, Thomas Russell's…
Gen Y Netcaster iFuse has inked a deal to acquire L.A.-based College Broadcast (www.CB.com).
French TV is entering one of the most tumultuous periods in its history, with terrestrial broadcasting poised to switch over to digital in about 18 months, and satellite and cable channels…
In a groundbreaking decision, the Supreme Court of Zimbabwe has ruled that no license is needed to run a broadcasting station in the nation, allowing private radio station Capital Radio to begin…
Now it can be told: Tom Cruise, Penelope Cruz and Cameron Diaz will open their eyes in Cameron Crowe's "Vanilla Sky."
Newcomer TV3 is hoping its brand of testosterone programming will attract younger male viewers away from market leader Nova TV.
Comedy Central unveiled the first leg of its digital strategy on Monday, creating a 24-hour-a-day radio station on the Internet featuring standup comedians performing material from the network's…
The second edition of the Spanish Film Screenings for Europe, a mini-mart for local pics, will run Nov. 29-Dec. 1. Aimed at international buyers and film writers and supported by all of Spain's major…