In a move apparently without precedent in the U.S., Hispanic broadcaster Telemundo will subtitle three of its shows in English.
Aperture, a nonprofit organization that provides support for emerging filmmakers, has named 12 finalists for its 1999 Short Film Grant. The winner will be announced March 2 and will have one year to…
Edward S. Labowitz has joined international entertainment law firm Coudert Brothers as partner in its Los Angeles office.
Record usage and expansion of services will be announced today by MovieFone Inc. The country's largest movie listing and ticketing service is projecting a 30% overall boost in the number of calls and…
"This is the greatest moment in my life. It's better than an Academy Award," said Lazlo Kovacs as he accepted his Lifetime Achievement Award at the Camerimage festival here. "This festival is the…
Sony Pictures is about to ink a deal with top Argentine broadcaster Telefe to co-produce and distribute films and TV shows.
The Miramax/Universal co-production "Shakespeare in Love" topped the exclusives roster in its first outing. John Madden's romantic comedy starring Gwyneth Paltrow and Joseph Fiennes rang up $210,419…
Internet advertisers will spend $2 billion in 1999, a staggering 100% gain over the $1 billion they ponied up this year.
CBS News prexy Andrew Heyward has inked a new deal that will keep him at the helm of the Eye web's news operations for at least another three years.
Mauricio de Sousa, dubbed "Brazil's Walt Disney," has signed a seven-year contract with local media giant Globo, which gives the group the exclusive rights to use his cartoon characters in cartoon…
Scandinavian Broadcasting System (SBS), spurred by the expected March 1 launch of its new Dutch channel, continued a frenetic spending spree, picking up close to a dozen new pics.