CBS named Stacy Mandelberg to supervise limited series and event programs, the latest of the big broadcast networks to establish a supervisor for such stuff as specials and short-form series get more…
SAN SEBASTIAN Universal Pictures International will distribute in Spain the Paz Vega-starring thriller "La ignorancia de la sangre," helmed by vet Spanish director Manuel Gomez Pereira. Produced by…
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While Blighty's creative industries are seeing a boost in employment, the biz isn't as ethnically diverse as it should be.
Revenues for Blighty's indie TV production sector have soared by 14% to £2.8 billion ($4.2 billion), according to a report from U.K. producers' body Pact. In an annual census, Pact found that the…
Cable TV, theatrical B.O. and advertising propel continuing expansion
Thailand has a solid tradition of moviegoing, but its main lures for bizzers are its spectacular scenery for location work and well-appointed facilities.
The current story of Indian cinema is that of unprecedented growth and rapid change. In 2011, consulting firm KPMG predicted a 7% growth rate in India's domestic theatrical sector for 2012. Instead…
Internet video services may have significantly put the hurt on U.S. cable and satellite TV companies in the first quarter, as big ops posted their weakest subscriber results in four years. Overall…
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Hollywood may soon have less red tape to negotiate in China: the powerful State Administration of Radio, Film and Television and the General Administration of Press and Publication are to be merged…
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