Murdoch founded Shine in 2001 and grew it into a worldwide television production powerhouse before selling it to her father, Rupert Murdoch's, News Corp. in 2011 for about $670 million.
Edinburgh Intl. Television Festival
EDINBURGH -- The creators of the breakout U.K. hit "Sherlock," recently nominated for 13 primetime Emmys, have revealed the secret of the show's extraordinary success -- love.
After last year's PR disaster, the Edinburgh Film Festival is bidding to revive its fortunes under a new artistic director, New York-born critic Chris Fujiwara, and a new CEO, former Scottish Screen…
The Edinburgh Intl. Film Festival has reinstated several major awards, including best international feature by an emerging director, the Michael Powell Award for best British feature and best…
Three years of funding from the U.K. Film Council to raise fest's profile is over and the future is opaque.
The much-feted U.K. screenwriter and producer Paul Abbott will give a high-profile address at this summer's International Edinburgh Television Festival.
The New York Television Festival is sending four of its favorite creators to Scotland.
TV toppers made celebrities of themselves at the 30th Edinburgh Intl. Television Festival that closed Sunday, following a long weekend that former BBC director general John Birt would sooner forget.
Geraldo Rivera will deliver a keynote address at this year's Edinburgh Intl. Television Festival.
The soul of British television is in danger -- and the main reason is the BBC's determination to compete head on with its commercial rivals.