Director Montxo Armendariz has won Spain's 1998 National Film Prize, the most important annual plaudit for a film professional in Spain.
Lifetime prexy and CEO Douglas McCormick will leave the women's cable web when his contract expires at year's end.
Five French film students studying their craft in Los Angeles have been awarded scholarships by an organization with ties to France and the U.S.
The record industry's so-called Super Tuesday showed a remarkable improvement over last year's comparable period, as the release of a half-dozen superstar CDs kicked off the holiday shopping season…
Leveraged buyout firm Hicks Muse Tate & Furst Inc., which has spent the past decade building a media empire and investing in North and South America, is now set to tackle Europe.
CBS barely beat the formerly dominant NBC for first place among all viewers, but the Peacock pulled out a narrow win over Fox in adults 18-49, according to preliminary national Nielsen data for the…
The Short Pictures Intl. Film Festival honored three filmmakers for their shorts and animated films at the close of the two-day event on Nov. 21.
The just-wrapped November sweep was pretty much business as usual for the daytime syndie yak pack, although the "Jerry Springer Show's" stratospheric rise has slowed since the May sweep.
Granada Group has posted strong results for the year ending Sept. 26, with pre-tax profits up 13% to £735 million ($1.22 billion) on sales of $6.61 billion.
The MGM Distribution Co., a unit of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc., has promoted five-year veteran Erik Lomis to be the division's exec VP and general sales manager.
The UCLA Extension Writers' Program will present a series of forums this winter with creators of situation comedies.