The prospects for the U.K. TV advertising market are finally looking up a bit.
By the end of the first day of the federal trial over same-sex marriage, one of the defenders of California's ban on same-sex nuptials expressed his frustration at the flurry of publicity that had…
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A Milan court is set to call Hollywood studio executives to testify in the trial of Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi.
Obama's political fortunes may be sinking, or at least diminishing, but in Frankfurt, Germany, there's a new show, "Obama, the Musical."
George Clooney says the "Hope for Haiti" benefit for victims of the earthquake in Haiti will include performances from Bono, Sting, Justin Timberlake, Christina Aguilera and Alicia Keys.
Warner Bros. Ent. France has acquired all French distribution rights on Woody Allen's London-set pic "You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger."
Google's clash over censorship in China is being echoed by similar concerns in Italy.
Hideo Nakata, the J Horror maestro of "Ring" and "Ring 2" fame, has inked a deal with talent shop Horipro to helm psychological suspenser "The Incite Mill."
International TV distributor Digital Rights Group has formed a partnership with Los Angeles-based shingle 44 Blue Prods.
Indian toon house DQE's 52 episode 3D HD skein "The Jungle Book" has been picked up for broadcast in Israel by Noga Communications.
A pay TV price war is about to break out in Blighty.