Munich police inspector Derrick is not the only German cop solving cases on TV screens around the world. While pubcaster ZDF's veteran detective remains an international hit, other German TV…
Where do gospel singers, rocket scientists, magazine editors and shopping mall architects share the same stage?
News Corp.'s cable sports partner, Tele-Communications Inc. affiliate Liberty Media, won't make any decision about taking an interest in the L.A. Dodgers until News completes the $350 million…
Oprah Winfrey's Harpo Films has inked an exclusive, three-year international distribution deal with Hamdon Entertainment for Harpo's longform TV productions.
Although Albert Brooks would prefer to star in films he originates, he's taking an increasing number of outside jobs.
Viacom chairman Sumner Redstone's firing of Frank Biondi has turned out to be the best thing that could have happened to Biondi --- financially and career-wise.
Phoenix Pictures continues to live up to its mythic name. The company's investors are committing additional equity, thus permitting Phoenix to simplify its financial structure and step up production.
The American Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria, N.Y., hosted an annual benefit honoring industry execs on Tuesday at Gotham's St. Regis Hotel, with this year's kudos going to Walt Disney Studios…
The Walt Disney Co. must pay $10.3 million in damages to European publishing and licensing firm Marsu, a U.S. District Court judge ruled Friday.
On Wednesday, about 300,000 cable subscribers around the country will be able to feast their eyes on Spice Hot, the most explicit porno channel ever to rack up national distribution.