In an effort to ward off any attempt by Congress to regulate industry content, National Cable & Telecommunications Assn. prexy Robert Sachs announced a new initiative Tuesday to educate parents about…
Ending a wave of speculation, chief operating officer Guillaume de Posch will replace Urs Rohner as CEO of Haim Saban's ProSiebenSat.1 broadcasting group.
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EU member states have reportedly backed an unprecedented $613m (€497m) fine for Microsoft's alleged competition abuses, it emerged Monday.
The key to making Marvel's superheroes and stories work as movies, says the comicbook empire's topper Avi Arad, 56, is to believe in them. That might sound simple enough, but it requires a special…
CBS News on Monday brushed off the White House's attempt to discredit a highly critical "60 Minutes" interview with former Bush administration terrorism czar Richard Clarke.
With non-U.S. coin repping 53% of worldwide box office last year, it's particularly worrisome that growth markets such as Russia and China remain plagued by film piracy.
Village Roadshow's L.A. subsid Village Roadshow Pictures (USA) has failed to overturn a judgment requiring it to pay two indie producers $32 million.
The Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft, a Munich-based science and technology research and development group, is showcasing the latest advancements in digital cinema at the CeBit, which runs March 18 - 24.
Special effects/production company the Orphanage has come aboard to produce a feature adaptation of Bill Sienkiewicz's graphic novel "Stray Toasters."
Twentieth Century Fox Studios was exonerated Friday when a federal appeals court reversed a $19 million jury verdict in a copyright infringement suit involving its 1996 film "Jingle All the Way."
The Radio-Television News Directors Assn. has waded into a growing controversy surrounding Bush administration-funded Medicare ads that include an actress purporting to be a journalist.