More than 2,000 French theaters will shutter for one hour Wednesday evening in protest against the recent shakeup in Gaul's release-window schedule.
The outgoing head of U.K. web Channel 4 has thrown in the towel over a tie-up with BBC Worldwide, the pubcaster's commercial arm, which he hoped would help solve Channel 4's "funding gap."
Italy's beleaguered Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi will attend every hearing of a corruption trial involving his Mediaset TV empire, his lawyers said Tuesday.
Spanish broadcaster Telecinco has acquired a raft of new U.S. series and TV movies, led by CBS hot rookie skein "NCIS: Los Angeles," including some shows that have been canceled in the States.
Viacom's profit jumped 15% last quarter to $463 million, buoyed by a newly energized Paramount, where "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen" and "G.I. Joe: Rise of the Cobra" boosted earnings by $88…
The Berlinale's Talent Campus has received a record number of applications -- 4,773 young filmmakers from a record 145 countries -- for the event running during the 60th Berlin Film Festival Feb…
The saga of Russia's troubled Fifth Channel took another twist Tuesday when the head of the holding company that owns the St. Petersburg-based net offered employees a chance to set up an independent…
Germany's market leader RTL had a golden October with the best ratings in the target group of 14-49 year olds of any web in nearly six years.
One of the unexpectedly eerie artifacts at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library in Boston can be found in the replica of the Oval Office. It is Kennedy's simple desk calendar, turned to…
President Obama has selected 25 members of the President's Committee on the Arts and Humanities, a list that includes such entertainment industry names as Bryan Lourd, Liz Manne, Edward Norton, Sarah…
"Masterchef" has come to the States.