The 48th Berlin International Film Festival (Feb. 11-22) announced on Monday the names of its competition jury members.
The Cinema Audio Society on Monday announced nominations for outstanding achievement in sound mixing in movies and television.
ESPN Latin America has become the first programmer to announce breaking the 10 million-home barrier in the Latino cable TV arena.
NBC's premiere of its new series "TV Censored Bloopers '98" averaged a respectable 8.5/15 in overnight markets Saturday at 8 p.m.
Another record went overboard last weekend as the rampaging "Titanic" minted an unprecedented $50 million outside North America for the second consecutive frame.
The story of President Clinton's alleged affair with former White House intern Monica Lewinsky and the resulting fallout inspired a whopping 229 stories collectively on the primary TV newsmagazines…
In a move that could expedite the longest corporate death in the Aussie media, Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. has served writs on Oz satcaster Australis Media's Galaxy TV.
Are Ted Turner and NBC really serious about creating a football league to compete directly against the NFL, or are they just floating the concept to gauge the reaction?
U.K. sales and production company Handmade Films is backing the directorial debut of Stephen Bayley, who will helm the dramatic comedy "Sweety Barrett," which began shooting Monday in Dublin.
Jim Charne, an attorney specializing in new media, has been named president and executive director of the Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences, a new nonprofit organization established to promote…
Though Danielle Steel sells more books worldwide than just about any author, it has taken her a 30-year career, spanning 69 books, to score her first movie deal with a major studio. Columbia Pictures…