Federal regulators have just posted a call for public comment on the Comcast and NBC Universal transaction. The FCC's notice, details here, sets May 3 as the deadline for comments and petitions…
The Paris-region Ile de France Film Commission and Egypt's Good News Group will co-organize a first-ever France-Egypt screenwriting workshop.
Diego Lerman's "Moral Sciences" and Iria Gomez Concheiro's "Asalto al cine" will feature at the 17th edition of Films in Progress.
Execs from the international TV community will participate in a two-day confab on funding and co-production at the 50th Monte Carlo Television Festival.
Europe's creative industries lost E10 billion ($13.7 billion) in retail revenue in 2008 because of piracy, according to estimates released Wednesday by the International Chamber of Commerce.
Hyde Park has acquired the rights to Brit author Andy McNab's Nick Stone espionage novels and is eyeing the series as a potential franchise.
Danish director Ole Bornedal ("Nighwatch") will direct indie thriller "Death of a Hostess."
President Obama's fund-raising swing through Los Angeles — which had been anticipated to be in mid-spring — will be a joint event for the Democratic National Committee and Barbara Boxer. No location…
The decision by consumers to make fewer trips to the video store is forcing Blockbuster and its rivals to revisit bankruptcy protection.
Ian McKellan is predicting that the first of the two "Hobbit" films will start shooting in July, even though New Line hasn't officially greenlit the pics.
As "24" potentially draws to a close, exec producer Howard Gordon has signed on to adapt Israeli drama "Prisoners of War" for U.S. auds.