Barely a month after a major falling out between NBC and TV Azteca, the Peacock web has switched Mexican partners, inking a business news accord with Televisa.
With the Cannes film festival's 50th bash now out of the way, Switzerland's premier film event, the Locarno Intl. Film Festival, is gearing up for its golden anniversary edition Aug. 6-16.
Michael Douglas has jumped aboard Paramount Pictures' "The General's Daughter" for studio-based production company Neufeld/Rehme.
Tony Vinciquerra, who resigned as the No. 2 exec at CBS Television Stations last week, is moving to Hearst Broadcasting in a similar post.
Nora Ephron and her sister Delia are "Hanging Up" on Columbia Pictures with their newest, partially autobiographical project, the studio confirmed Thursday.
Astral Communications of Montreal has paid C$17.4 million ($12.6 million) to acquire a 25% stake in Radiomutuel, a Quebec broadcaster that owns several specialty TV services and 11 radio stations.
German digital pay TV platform DF1 and pay TV web Premiere are hatching plans to distribute more digital decoders to Teutonic TV households.
DreamWorks and Sony are negotiating to acquire rights to Jean-Dominique Bauby's bestselling autobiography "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly" for Scott Hicks to direct and Ron Bass to adapt.
The Independent Feature Project will present "Fast, Cheap and Out of Control" helmer Errol Morris with its 1997 IFP Gotham Filmmaker Award. Macky Alston will receive the Open Palm Award for his…
Westinghouse Chairman Michael Jordan apologized to CBS affiliates gathered here for the web's annual meeting for the timing of last week's corporate shakeup, which led to the resignation of CBS TV…