More and more viewers will be lured away from broadcast and cable TV to ad-funded online entertainment, available to viewers for free. But online piracy -- another form of free-to-view digital…
Bertelsmann, Europe's biggest media conglom, is battening down the hatches as it faces the global financial crisis.
The WGA's efforts to settle a tangled 2005 lawsuit over millions of dollars in foreign levies collected on behalf of writers have hit another roadblock. The result is that scribes are unlikely to see…
New Regency has acquired "Freedom Formula: Ghost of the Wasteland," an adaptation of the Radical Publishing comicbook series that will be developed as a potential directing vehicle for Bryan Singer.
Two pics dealing with Japan's slaughter of Chinese civilians during the 1930s have been approved for screening by China's censor and are due to unspool nationwide next month.
The Obama administration aimed squarely at the crisis clogging the nation's credit system Monday with a plan to take over up to $1 trillion in sour mortgage securities with the help of private…
That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. I'm late today — a pressing assignment and finishing taxes. But here's a few stories making the rounds… David Bossie's anti-Hillary doc "Hillary…
A group of hardline Saudi clerics have issued a statement urging the conservative kingdom's new information minister to ban women from appearing in TV or in newspapers and magazines.
Closer cooperation between Hong Kong and other regional markets, especially China, emerged as a major theme at the Hong Kong Film and TV Market (Filmart), which began Monday.
Europe's biggest paybox, BSkyB, has won a victory in its long-running battle to hang onto its 17.9% stock holding in beleaguered U.K. terrestrial web ITV.
Attendance at the Mip TV mart will be dented -- but not decimated -- by recession, according to statistics released by organizers Reed Midem on Monday.