The BBC has become embroiled in a new row — this time over management expenses, published for the first time in response to freedom of information requests.
Federal election officials will have a hand in writing the script on Sen. John Kerry's plans to become a movie producer.
Fox International Productions Germany is developing an adaptation of Robin Wasserman's book trilogy "Chasing Yesterday," about a mysterious young girl, as one of its first projects.
Cannes Directors' Fortnight standout "Amreeka" has attracted a healthy box office take of E312,586 ($435,000) in its first eight days in Gaul, following its controversial video-on-demand release two…
Matt Groening and Al Jean, creator and exec producer of "The Simpsons," will deliver a keynote speech at Rethinking the Production Business, a program strand bowing at fall's Mipcom TV trade fair in…
As the raw Twitter feeds and YouTube footage filtering out from Iran generated scores of stories about the rise of citizen journalism, mainstream news outlets argued that it's their role to provide…
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German broadcasters are increasing their cooperation with international partners.
BBC director-general Mark Thompson has denounced U.K. government plans to divert part of the pubcaster's funding to commercial news services.
Russian authorities have approved plans to build a $40 million film studio complex south of Moscow.
Spanish broadcaster Cuatro has pounced on free-to-air rights on ABC's upcoming sci-fi drama "Flash Forward."