The Kirch Group's digital pay TV service, DF1, will become part of paybox Premiere's digital platform, a German newspaper reported Saturday.
Seven of Universal Studios' most popular films will unspool at the second annual Radio City Film Festival, which runs Aug. 20-24 at the landmark 5,901-seat theater.
Less than four years after Capitol Records shuttered its black music division, the label is poised to jumpstart the arm, thanks to a pair of artist signings.
Channel 5, the terrestrial TV channel that launched last spring, is placing advertising promoting itself on the ITV network, the U.K.'s biggest commercial net and C5's key rival.
For Tracey Ullman and Allan McKeown, small is beautiful. The enterprising pair, partners in TV production as well as life, have decided not to pursue a new TV deal for Ullman after holding informal…
AUSTRALIA Oz Writers Guild honors Enright “Lorenzo’s Oil” co-scibe Nick Enright received the 1997 Gold Award at Friday’s Australian Writers Guild Awards for his feature film script “Blackrock.” Pic…
The White House is warning Republicans that it has "serious problems" with a pending budget bill that hands broadcasters a multibillion-dollar slice of airwaves for free, while also loosening the…
"Eve's Bayou," a drama about a well-to-do Southern family starring Samuel L. Jackson, will have its world premiere Sept. 7 at the Toronto Intl. Film Festival.
The trend toward home viewing of films will accelerate in the U.S. over the next five years, according to research conducted by Veronis, Suhler & Associates, a New York investment banking firm.
The Directors Guild of America, the Motion Picture Assn., the Writers Guild of America and France's Society of Authors, Composers and Editors of Music have collectively awarded a total of $30,000 in…
In a sign of the growing pressure to loosen control of the media by the Indian government, the country's broadcast minister Jaipal Reddy said last week the ban on foreign companies beaming TV…