In a golden first quarter for Spain's local cinema, Alex de la Iglesia's "Dying of Laughter" has trounced local-pic release records with a first-weekend gross of $1.82 million.
A Cairo court has handed down long terms at hard labor to 14 Islamic militants who were convicted of setting fire to two video shops and a cinema billboard company.
The Ontario Court of Justice has dismissed a suit filed by John Levy that sought to stop Shaw Communications of Calgary from selling its 48.75% interest in the Sportscope Television Network.
News Corp. chairman Rupert Murdoch is no two-timer. Murdoch spokesman Howard Rubenstein said Monday that the media mogul did not begin his much-talked-about affair with Star Television veep Wendy…
In the latest skirmish between the top Asian music channels, Star TV's Channel V has released previously unconfirmed distribution figures that show it with more than twice the reach of archrival MTV…
Women-skewed Latino cabler Gems has confirmed its rumored takeover of the similarly-themed Canal de la Mujer in Argentina.
After months of anticipation, former WB entertainment prexy Garth Ancier was officially handed the same job at NBC Monday and will start May 10, one week before NBC unveils its new fall schedule.
Handprint Entertainment, the management and production company headed by Benny Medina and Jeff Pollack, has elevated David Guillod to become the company's third partner.
Warburg Dillion Read will act as the broker for Kerry Stokes' Seven Network Australia buyback of 20% of its shares, which could cost the web up to A$390 million ($246 million).
Winter shows no signs of departing, but Broadway had a spring in its step last week as grosses rose virtually across the board for the roster of 30 shows. The total B.O. came in at $11,542,962, an…
While "Shakespeare in Love" and "Payback" hogged the limelight at the foreign box office, "You've Got Mail," "Armageddon" and "A Bug's Life" reached big milestones.