Watch out Europe, here come the Netcasters. As the Continent gets cabled up to broadband, startups are furiously staking out their niches -- but telcos are gearing up with their own crushing…
Z.com has inked a three-year first-look agreement to create interactive programming with Zoo Prods. (MTV's "The Blame Game").
This was the year Canada's two main broadcast players, CTV and CanWest, both got bigger and stronger, setting the stage for more intense competition between the two webs and more opportunities for…
TF1, France's No. 1 private network, and its smaller rival M6 have sprung a surprise on the French broadcasting world by joining forces to launch TF6, a new general interest channel.
Center Theatre Group's Ahmanson Theatre and Mark Taper Forum nabbed 18 nominations each for the 11th annual Ovation Awards, the trophies handed out annually by Theatre League Alliance of Southern…
RTE, Ireland's national broadcast company, is getting a run for its money in the television market.
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).