One of the biggest bets in vidgame history paid off handsomely for Atari, as it sold more than 3 million units of its "Enter the Matrix," powering the French publisher to a big second quarter and the…
Creditors of insolvent TV group Kirch Media are expecting a new offer from Haim Saban this week in the seemingly never-ending sale of the bankrupt Kirch Media's multi-channel broadcaster ProSiebenSat…
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As if the post-9/11 visa regs to enter the U.S. weren't stringent enough, concert programmers and bookers are now bracing for even tighter restrictions -- and higher costs to bring in foreign talent.
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Bertelsmann is the last remaining super power in German commercial TV, so it seems fitting that its new Berlin home was once the high command of the city's military forces.
One might think they'd have bigger fish to fry, but Gallic broadcasting heavyweights TF1 and Canal Plus are squaring off over LCI and I
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California's fight against runaway production has taken another bullet. Amid cuts aimed to narrow the state's $38 billion budget deficit, the California Film Commission's 2003-04 funding was slashed…
On top of the stringent visa regulations put in place after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, international entertainment execs and performers will now face additional roadblocks.
House Republicans are struggling to find enough lawmakers willing to support a presidential veto of legislation overturning new media ownership rules.
Arnie just can't pull the plug quite yet.
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