Comcast is denying reports that it is planning to partner or invest in The RightNetwork, a soon-to-be-launched cable channel that will offer a more entertainment-themed alternative to Fox News…
Volcanic ash is kicking the "Iron Man 2" world preem across the globe from London to L.A., due to continued hazardous flight conditions.
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Digital cinema comes under the spotlight of the European Audio Visual Observatory in a Cannes Film Festival workshop next month open free of charge to all market participants.
Hit Entertainment, the international tyke producer and rights holders whose properties include "Barney" and "Thomas the Tank Engine," has written down $500 million from its balance sheet, but has…
The dilemma for media owners grappling to make sense of the digital age is encapsulated in a U.K. survey that shows that despite increased media use consumers increasingly expect free access to media.
Olivier Assayas' "Carlos," an $18 million three-part series about the Venezuelan terrorist Ilich Ramirez Sanchez, has nabbed an out-of-competition slot at the Cannes Film Festival.
U.K. distrib Metrodome has announced a top level restructuring of its operations following the recent departure of its CEO and general manager.
With tax incentives here to stay as an integral part of movie budgets, AFCI's Locations Trade Show has become a mecca for indie producers and studio budgeting execs trying to manage costs on their…
Blu-ray continues to drive robust sales in the U.K. home entertainment market, with total DVD sales up 31% in the territory for the first quarter of the year compared with the same period in 2009.
The Icelandic volcanic eruption continues to affect film and music bizzers jetting to and from Europe.
Cannes-bound documentary "Inside Job," an analysis of the 2008 global financial crisis from "No End in Sight" helmer Charles Ferguson, will be released Stateside by Sony Pictures Classics.