TOKYO -- Fuji Film has revealed that it will stop production of film stock for theatrical pics by the spring of 2013.
TOKYO -- Hollywood toon house Illumination Entertainment and Fuji TV, one of Japan's major networks, have announced a strategic partnership.
FremantleMedia Asia and Japanese commercial broadcaster Fuji TV have pacted to co-develop, co-produce and roll out new TV formats while also promoting each other's existing formats in Asia.
A demonstration against Fuji TV's heavy rotation of Korean drama programming attracted an estimated 6,000 to 10,000 protesters on Sunday.
Fuji TV has pulled its coverage of the Nihon Ozumo sumo tournament, due to start Sunday, and pubcaster NHK has canceled its broadcast of a Feb. 11 sumo charity event after a bout-fixing scandal again…
The Fuji TV network will release its biggest hit from last year, cop thriller "Bayside Shakedown 3," simultaneously on DVD and as a download on iTunes on Feb. 2.
The Fuji TV network took the annual ratings crown in all three major categories for the fifth straight year, according to figures released by ratings agency Video Research on Monday.
The Fuji TV web has made music and video sales outfit Pony Canyon and publisher Fusosha wholly owned subsidiaries, as part of a corporate group reorganization plans.
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