The Oscar booster effect kicked in big time overseas last week, delivering rich B.O. spoils for "Titanic," "As Good As It Gets" and "Good Will Hunting."
NEW YORK -- Nielsen Media Research has formed a new service to better help its national advertiser clients deliver more effective campaigns and respond more quickly to competition.
Former Live Entertainment chairman Roger Burlage has returned to Trimark, a company he once ran, as a member of its board of directors, it was announced Monday.
Low ratings and a distinct lack of success with local product hasn't stopped the A$375 million ($252 million) partial IPO of CanWest-backed Network Ten Australia from being a huge success.
Sony Pictures Entertainment will combine Columbia Pictures and TriStar Pictures into one production unit that will churn out between 20 and 24 pics per year, the studio announced Monday.
Will Ferrell, who has developed his own cult following with the cheerleaders sketch on "Saturday Night Live," has inked to topline "The Whistleblower" for Touchstone Pictures, the studio confirmed…
AMC is creating a niche cable network, but with a difference -- the program service will make its debut on the World Wide Web on May 1, months before it appears as a 24-hour cable channel.
Welcome home, Howard Stern? Sources say a deal for Stern to host a Saturday latenight vehicle for the CBS O&Os could be announced as early as this week.
Italian pubcaster RAI is in advanced negotiations to sell its music publishing division, Fonit Cetra, to Time Warner for a sum in the region of $10 million, RAI sources confirmed.
South Africa has just awarded its first commercial TV license to a consortium that involves Time Warner as a minority partner.
David Duchovny's long-desired wish has finally come true: "The X-Files" is officially packing up and moving its production base from Vancouver, B.C., to Los Angeles for the sixth season of the Fox…