LONDON -- Elisabeth Murdoch is standing down as CEO of global production company and distributor Shine Group, which operates in the U.S., U.K., mainland Europe and Australia.
Shine America, Emjag Digital and New Regency have formed a co-financing and co-distribution partnership that's launching with haunted house project "The Quiet Ones."
News Corp.'s Shine Group is rolling up its U.S. divisions into a single entity to be known as Shine America.
EMI Music Publishing has established a new joint venture with U.K. production company and News Corp. subsidiary Shine Group.
Shine Group Americas has made a quartet of exec moves, including the appointment of Steve Shikiya as chief financial officer.
Shine Group has boosted its management structure in the U.S. by expanding the role of Carl Fennessy, making him CEO of Shine USA.
Elisabeth Murdoch's ambitious shingle Shine Group is to set up a Spanish and Portuguese arm.
Shine Intl. president Chris Grant is exiting the company, which parent company Shine Group announced Tuesday will move from Los Angeles to London.
Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. is weighing up a takeover of his daughter Elisabeth Murdoch's global production and distribution outfit Shine Group, worth around $1 billion and whose successful shows…
Shine Group has tapped Paula Jalfon as senior vice prexy of production for Shine Pictures and Kudos Pictures.
Elisabeth Murdoch's Shine Group has added yet another U.K. shingle to its stable, buying comedy specialist Brown Eyed Boy for an estimated £400,000 ($600,000).
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