Scandinavian Broadcast System president Martin Lindskog and a small army of journalists from the Mipcom TV market in Cannes gathered Wednesday in Hungary to preview Saturday's launch of Hungary's…
Serving notice that it plans to raid the executive cupboards of some of the cable industry's largest networks, the start-up ZDTV: Your Computer Channel has snatched MTV senior VP of programming Greg…
A new study has set a standard for confirming the obvious by informing us that the news coverage following Princess Diana's death was massive.
Kevin Smith, the writer-director of such indie comedies as "Clerks" and "Chasing Amy," has inked a deal with Universal Pictures to pen the third installment of the "Fletch" films.
The first concrete step toward the partial privatization of Italy's Cinecitta studios proceeded with a whimper and not a bang Wednesday, when state holding company Ente Cinema went forward with plans…
Patrick McDarrah and Joel Roodman, the former Miramax Films execs who founded the indie production company Gotham Entertainment two years ago, have ended their partnership.
This just in: Gay people aren't treated the same as heterosexuals in the movies --- including the movie rating process.
Setting up what could be a costly and divisive battle, Writers Guild of America West leaders Wednesday unveiled their plan to override the WGA East's rejection of a contract with film and TV…
The first Los Angeles Intl. Short Film Festival, running Friday through Sunday at the Barnsdall Art Park, announced its final lineup of 65 movies from 12 countries this week. Additionally, the…
ABC's season premiere of "Soul Man" placed first in the Tuesday 8:30 p.m. timeslot and improved on its lead-in, but still fell below year-ago timeslot levels, while "NYPD Blue" had its lowest season…