After resisting getting involved in filmmaking for many years, Latin America's biggest TV player, Globo, finally has decided to enter the sector.
Live Entertainment has tapped Nicolas van Dyk for the newly created post of VP of corporate development, the company announced Wednesday.
Canada's federal government has extended a tax shelter scheme that puts extra dollars in U.S. producers' pockets, but plans to replace it in November with a program that might be less lucrative
Spike Jones Jr. has been tapped by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences to produce and direct the nontelevised Creative Arts portion of the 49th annual Primetime Emmy Awards on Sept. 7 from the…
Univision Communications Inc. has reported its second-quarter profit soared 77% and revenue jumped 25%, thanks to station acquisitions and improved advertising revenue share.
Hot days and fresh shows propelled Universal TV's "Jerry Springer" to its highest national rating in more than two years, according to Nielsen Media Research's syndie ratings report for the week…
It took two wily Hungarians to finally turn the tables on inveterate practical joker Richard Donner, otherwise known as the clown prince of one-upmanship.
A bitter battle is being fought between rival camps attempting to bring some formal organization to this year's pre-Mifed film screenings in London.
Arab News Network (ANN) isn't about to knock the popular and widely viewed CNN off the Mideast airwaves, but it does promise to offer regional viewers an Arabic-lingo alternative to the U.S…
HBO has purchased the rights to adapt the 1996 nonfiction book "Excellent Cadavers" as an HBO Pictures telefilm, with Carlo Carlei reportedly attached to direct.
Veteran international marketing doyenne Diana Hawkins has landed at Sony Pictures Entertainment, serving as the studio's London-based international creative affairs veepee.