North Korea may have reopened its border with the South only last week, but for the past few months, a documentary crew has been in the heavily fortified demilitarized zone -- filming a wildlife doc.
The Argentine Football Assn. (AFA) signed a deal Aug. 20 with the national government for TV rights, ending a 17-year tie-up with a private media company that aired most matches on cable and…
U.S. retail media company Instore Broadcasting Network will acquire a 4.5% stake in Spanish media company Prisa.
Updated Jon Stewart's guest on Thursday was Betsy McCaughey, the former New York lieutenant governor who didn't coin the term "death panels" but is credited with sounding alarm, as well as on the…
A chilling yet simple debut by a Serbian director about the ease with which young soldiers can be turned into mass murderers, "Ordinary People" took the $35,000 top feature prize at the 15th edition…
Taiwan's Eastern Home Shopping Network has pacted with state-run China Central Television to create a partnership aimed at tapping the booming Chinese TV shopping market.
French helmer Jean-Jacques Annaud will make his Chinese debut when he films the best-selling novel "Wolf Totem" in China; the filmmaker has been scouting for locations with the book's author, Jiang…
The Screen Actors Guild may be nearing a tentative deal on its videogames contract, eight months after the current pact expired.
Quirky Canuck comedy troupe the Kids in the Hall are back together shooting a comic murder-mystery series in Ontario.
It's hard to tell who exactly is going to bear the brunt of Michael Moore's "Capitalism: A Love Story" from a trailer, but I'll place my bets on President George W. Bush, Hank Paulson and AIG…
Fallen Israeli TV idol Dudu Topaz has committed suicide while awaiting trial for allegedly ordering attacks on TV toppers who had dropped his show.