President Obama has issued a warning to TV Luddites who are in danger of losing access to broadcast TV after the digital switch is thrown on June 12: Act now before it's too late.
President Obama issued a statement today warning Americans who have yet to convert their TV sets to digitals to do so soon: The transition is June 12, and there will be no more delays. "On June 12…
Jack Black's future as a "Brutal Legend" is being threatened.
Updated That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. Here's the video: Visit msnbc.com for Breaking News, World News, and News about the Economy Variety's Ali Jafaar looks at how media in…
Skip City International D-Cinema Festival has announced its lineup for its 2009 edition, skedded to unspool July 10-20 in Kawaguchi, a Tokyo satellite city. The fest is the first in the world to…
Appearing in a reality TV show is work, a Paris court ruled Wednesday. This means that participants in French reality series will now have to have employment contracts and receive wages.
Spain's regional pubcasters association, Forta, has closed on a fistful of Hollywood skeins, headed by sci-fi drama "Fringe" and Glenn Close legal thriller "Damages," to broadcast from the upcoming…
The online ambitions of two of the U.K.'s biggest broadcasters have been dealt another blow.
French exhibitor Cap Cinema has signed a deal to install 80 digital projectors in theaters across the country. Hardware is being provided by Cinemeccanica and Barco, financing by Ymagis.
"Thursday's Widows," one of the major movie productions coming out of Latin America this year, has seen its first big pre-sale, being acquired for Latin America by Hugo Kusnet's Alfa Films.
Big Cinemas, the exhibition division of Indian media conglom Reliance Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group's Adlabs Film, is opening its first branded multiplex in the U.S.