Sky Italia claimed to have "got its mojo back" Tuesday night after posting results for the final three months of 2010 that showed increases in subscriber numbers and revenue.
Italy's exhibbers are threatening to shutter movie theaters across the country in a protest against plans to introduce a new one Euro ($1.3) tax on movie theater tickets.
Indian film company Eros Intl. has teamed with Ocher Studios to produce "Rana," which will topline Tamil star Rajnikanth.
Warner Bros. Pictures has taken Spanish theatrical and DVD rights to Robert De Niro and Sigourney Weaver starrer "Red Lights," a psychological thriller helmed by Spaniard Rodrigo Cortes.
Ed Borgerding has ankled his post as CEO of Abu Dhabi Media Company and Imagenation Abu Dhabi with immediate effect after three years in the role.
Actor and Parkinson's crusader Michael J. Fox will be feted by Europe's leading TV magazine Hoerzu at the Golden Camera Awards in Berlin on Saturday.
Leon Ford's Australian superhero comedy "Griff the Invisible," starring Ryan Kwanten ("True Blood"), and Norwegian director Anne Sewitsky's "Totally True Love" will open the Berlinale's Generation…
Michael Lynton, chairman and CEO of Sony Pictures Entertainment, is co-chairing a "blue ribbon" Los Angeles city commission to study a proposal from AEG to build a football stadium downtown. Others…
The Washington Post's Dana Milbank has declared a media moratorium on Sarah Palin mentions for the month of February, and announces here that he made it through the first day. Of course, even this…
The Fuji TV network will release its biggest hit from last year, cop thriller "Bayside Shakedown 3," simultaneously on DVD and as a download on iTunes on Feb. 2.
Telco giant Bell Canada Enterprises said Tuesday that it will pay between C$143 million ($144 million) and $223 million for content production in its bid to take control of leading TV network CTV.