Binge-viewing is fast becoming the new national pastime: 70% of U.S. consumers now binge-watch TV shows, with Americans gulping down an average of five episodes per marathon session, according to a…
Bollywood, the Hindi-language part of the Indian film industry, is forecast to grow by 11% annually until the 2017 financial year.
Modern VideoFilm founder Moshe Barkat has filed a lawsuit against Capital Corp., claiming that it took control of the post-production company, breached his contract, and fired him, and then retained…
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U.S. consumers are more inclined to stream entertainment from an Internet service than tune in to live TV, according to the results of a new survey from consulting firm Deloitte. Video-streaming…
Sony Pictures Entertainment’s hacking ordeal has reportedly ensnared Deloitte. Salary information for employees of the professional services and auditing firm appears to have been leaked as part of…
Al Jazeera took what appeared to be its final steps to building a U.S. cable-news outlet Monday by instilling ABC News veteran Kate O'Brian as its president while naming the executive who has been…
Nine years after the end of apartheid, South Africa's film industry has grown an average 14% per year since 2008 and employs roughly 40,000 people, of which 66% are black, according to the first…
Just one day after HMV, the U.K.'s biggest entertainment retailer, went into administration, home entertainment rental firm Blockbuster U.K. has announced that it has also gone into administration…
British music and entertainment retail chain HMV has sought insolvency protection by going into administration, the U.K. version of Chapter 11.
Plan aims to nudge consumers toward compliance
For Spain's defiantly dressed-down film industry, an early July seminar in Madrid offered an extraordinary sight: rows of suits, including bankers, lawyers, accountants and tax gurus.