A Paris judge has ruled that Jean-Marie Messier and Edgar Bronfman Jr. must stand trial in France for alleged insider trading, share-price manipulation and other charges during their tenure at the…
"Brotherhood," a potent first work by former fashion photographer Nicolo Donato, took the top prize at the Rome Film Festival, which wrapped its fourth edition on a high note Friday.
Three years after announcing its ambitions to become a film financing mecca, Abu Dhabi is showing signs that it might actually get there -- even if the oil rich emirate continues to experience…
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The controversial U.K. broadcast of flagship BBC public affairs show "Question Time" featuring a far-right politician scooped record viewing figures.
At the end of the 2008-09 Broadway season, a Tony-winning producer was trashing his fellow producers' new show.
Times are tough and budgets are tight, but while most New England theaters are making concessions toward more fiscally conservative programming, they are also still determined to present…
That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. Fox News chief Roger Ailes's friends are urging him to consider throwing his hat in the ring for 2012, according to a report out today. It sounds…
Andreas Schmid whiles away his jail days running Berlin-based Senator Entertainment's international sales unit.
One of Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's TV channels has apologized after appearing to harass a judge who earlier this month ruled against Berlusconi's Fininvest business empire in a bribery…
Tyke pubcaster Kinderkanal (KI.KA) is celebrating its best half-year ever after achieving a 19.3% market share among 3-to-13-year-old viewers.
TF1's second-in-command Axel Duroux ankled the Gallic commercial broadcaster Friday after less than six weeks in the post as conflict with chief exec Nonce Paolini escalated. TF1's stock fell 3% to…