Confirming previous reports, France's national audit office revealed Thursday that French public television channel France 2 overpaid six of its star hosts and their production companies during 1994…
The Royal National Theater ruled the day at London's Evening Standard Drama Awards Nov. 28, taking all but two of the prizes in what was yet another testament to Richard Eyre's now-ended regime as…
Westinghouse Electric Corp. sheds its industrial skin today to emerge as CBS Corp., a stand-alone media company.
Two very large black clouds are hovering over this year's Cairo Intl. Film Festival (Dec. 1-14).
Jeff Kleeman, the United Artists production exec charged with overseeing the company's revitalized James Bond film franchise, has been upped to executive vice president of production, and will report…
After years of lobbying, Turner Broadcasting has finally landed a coveted spot for its TNT & Cartoon Network on Wharf Cable, the sole cable operator in this city.
In the wake of the sexual abuse and brutal murder of a 9-year-old boy near Naples, Italian broadcasters have agreed to ban scenes of sex and violence from daytime television.
Jay Leno and "The Tonight Show" will introduce some interactive tricks into the latenight gabfest war starting early next year.
Britain's Independent Television News (ITN) group said on Friday it was taking control of TV news channel Euronews, becoming the first British broadcaster to take part in the European venture.
Holland Media Group (HMG) stands to lose as much as $5 million a year in sponsorship and advertising revenues if a new ruling by Dutch media watchdog agency The Media Commission is upheld.
Capitol Records has upped a pair of key execs, following a restructuring that put the label's top-line catalog action under a new banner.