Adding another block to the foundation of its nascent TV division, Polygram TV has tapped Saban Entertainment veteran Mark Lieber to spearhead the company's push into the worldwide kidvid arena.
"Colonel Chabert" helmer Yves Angelo's highly anticipated "An Air So Pure" (Un Air Si Pur) kicked off this year's Montreal World Film Festival Friday night.
Bergen Film, the Dutch theatrical, film and TV production company that helped back Marleen Gorris' Oscar-winning "Antonia's Line," has gone bankrupt.
Helena Bonham Carter will be honored at the 13th annual Boston Film Festival with the showing of her latest film, "Wings of the Dove."
France has become the latest European territory to open its doors to children's channel Fox Kids Network, following in the footsteps of the United Kingdom and the Netherlands.
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In a bid to become the territory's first commercial video-on-demand providers, four Hong Kong companies have submitted applications for the two available VOD licenses. The government plans to issue…
Canuck federal broadcast regulator the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) announced Friday that it is approving two important changes in ownership in the Montreal TV…
German pubcaster ARD has sent a letter of protest to EU antitrust authorities accusing media giants Bertelsmann and the Kirch Group of setting up a digital television monopoly, German weekly Spiegel…
Cable giant Tele-Communications Inc. has renamed its new technology arm TCI Digital Cable and created a logo to accentuate the difference between TCI, its former All TV arm (now shuttered) and the…
Ten years after celebrating its premiere, the stars of Live Entertainment's "Dirty Dancing" dusted off their dancing shoes to fete its re-release last Wednesday at Cineplex Odeon's Universal City…