Time Warner has been slapped with a A$49 million lawsuit by Oz video distribber Network Entertainment.
Creative Artists Agency fired a warning shot across the bow of Michael Ovitz's new Artists Management Group Monday, declaring it would no longer represent any client who signed with Ovitz.
Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. and Internet navigator Yahoo! trumpeted a "major marketing relationship" Monday that will entwine the two media companies on cable, online, over the air and in chatrooms.
Theatrical production supplier Matthews Studio Equipment Group on Monday said it has inked an e-commerce pact with Internet retailer Amazon.com, which gives it referral fees for sending visitors of…
FROM NATPEForget Mip and Monte Carlo. NATPE is now the not-to-be-missed mecca for international TV execs. Some 2,500 foreign attendees -- 15% of the confab's total -- have rolled into New Orleans for…
Despite Japan's worst recession since the end of World War II, almost all of the numbers were up for the local movie industry in 1998 including box office revenue and attendance.
Nick Gomez ("Laws of Gravity," "New Jersey Drive") has been inked to direct the indie comedy "Drowning Mona" for Neverland Films.
TF1 chairman Patrick Le Lay's surprise decision to take a 9% stake in the Paris-based Pathe group appeared to have backfired Monday as Canal Plus and parent Vivendi (formerly Generale des Eaux)…
Canadian studio production facilities provider Meier Worldwide Intermedia, on Monday, said it has partnered with producer Alexandra Rose ("Exit to Eden") to form Meier Rose Pictures.
Bankrupt theater concern Livent Inc. lost $4.6 million in the six weeks after it filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, according to a statement filed with the Bankruptcy Court on Monday.