The £323 million ($419 million) sale of the Pinewood Group, whose studios have been home to the James Bond franchise and the most recent “Star Wars” movies, is moving ahead. Private equity fund PW…
LONDON — The U.K.’s Pinewood Shepperton is the latest company to tap into the rapidly growing Chinese market, setting up a 50-50 joint venture with Chinese entrepreneur Bruno Wu’s Seven Stars Media…
In the midst of ongoing industry whispers about the future of Andrew Lloyd Webber and his 35-year-old Really Useful Group, the org is laying the groundwork for a 2013 split that will divide the…
The BBC license fee should be shared with rival U.K. hybrid pubcaster Channel 4, says Michael Grade, who has served both as chairman of the BBC and CEO of Channel 4.
A courtroom showdown between two of Blighty's most outspoken webheads is in the cards following the decision by ITV topper Michael Grade to issue a libel writ against old rival, former BBC…
ITV, Blighty's biggest private terrestrial web, is setting up a £198 million ($400 million) war chest to invest in production companies in the U.S. and worldwide to beef up its content business.
TV and film industry veteran Michael Grade and heavyweight TV journalist David Dimbleby are reportedly in the running to become the next chairman of the BBC.
Pinewood Studios has been sold for £62 million ($99 million) to a consortium headed by former Channel 4 chief exec Michael Grade.
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