In a Los Angeles Times op-ed, Laura Ling and Euna Lee of Current TV spell out what led to their arrest along the North Korean border with China. Three things stand out: They did indeed cross into…
Charles Gibson's decision to step down as anchor of "World News" at the end of this year sets off a chain reaction in the news division, as Diane Sawyer now leaves "Good Morning America" to take his…
Ventana Sur, the ambitious new Latin American film market, will launch a Primer Corte showcase for first-cut versions of movies from Latin America.
The San Sebastian Festival has created a new section: the Zinemira-Basque Film Showcase.
ITV's latest period saga "Wuthering Heights," which pulled in an impressive 19% viewing share on its U.K. debut for ITV1 Sunday, is shaping up to be a strong performer on the international sales…
NBC Universal Intl. Television Distribution has inked a multiyear agreement with Germany's RTL Television that includes Joe Johnston's "The Wolfman" and Quentin Tarantino's "Inglourious Basterds."
"Hell's Kitchen" producer A. Smith and Co. has picked up the U.S. rights to hit Japanese gamer "Pressure Study."
The Writers Guild of America has reached a settlement in principle of a tangled 4-year-old suit over how it handles millions of dollars in foreign levies paid to writers.
Sony Pictures Classics has picked up U.S. and Latin American rights to Jean-Pierre Jeunet's latest fantasy epic, "Micmacs," for just north of $1 million.
Entertainment industry insurance broker Aon/Albert G. Ruben has tapped industry vet as Marc Spivey as director of new business development.