EU culture ministers failed to reach agreement Monday on plans for a $68 million film guarantee fund to help stimulate growth in the industry in Europe.
"Fox After Breakfast," prepping for an overhaul after a low-rated freshman season, has dropped host Tom Bergeron, the last of its original on-air team.
The Disney Channel has shifted its original production machinery into high gear with a slate of six series poised to surface on the revamped cable net beginning in August.
Navarre, one of the industry's leading indie music distributors, has undergone a complete restructuring as part of a five-year strategic plan.
The South Korean TV program "Ashes of Time" won the Prix Italia 1997 award for fiction, the jury representing nine international broadcasters announced Saturday in Ravenna, Italy.
At last, the handover's over. After years of anticipation and planning, Hong Kong finally threw its ultimate party Monday night.
Keeping a respectful distance from each other, "Batman & Robin" and "The Lost World: Jurassic Park" invaded foreign lands with scintillating results over the weekend.
Saban Entertainment has upped Rodd Feingold from director of production finance to the newly created post of VP of physical production, the company announced Monday.
Canadians receiving U.S. satellite TV services such as DirecTV and EchoStar are breaking the law, a judge in the Federal Court of Canada has ruled.
Showtime Event Television, perhaps mindful that Saturday night's bite-shortened heavyweight championship fight between Evander Holyfield and Mike Tyson had set a record for pay-per-view buys and…