Ending a yearlong search, Hollywood's studio lobby has picked Chris Dodd as its new CEO. Update: Speaking to Variety this afternoon, Dodd called the post "an exciting job with tremendous implications…
Even honoree Judd Apatow had to admit that scheduling the Venice Family Clinic Silver Circle Gala the night after the Academy Awards was perhaps a bit much, but that didn't stop his comedy posse from…
The commotion out there is the sound of Angelenos swapping their Sunday New York Times subscriptions for New York magazine, which announced this morning that it has landed longtime Times columnist…
Russia's top commercial broadcaster CTC Media notched up a record year in 2010 with growth in profits, revenue and share of the advertising market, the company said Tuesday.
Belgium's The Big Farm will co-produce Raul Garcia's 3D "Extraordinary Tales."
European entertainment giant Vivendi's revenues rose 6.4% to €28.9 billion ($40 billion) in 2010, driven by its Activision-Blizzard gaming arm and telco interests.
Bleeping the F-bomb has been made easier by tech provider Visual Data Media Services. Company has unveiled Profanity Checker, a software that automates the deletion of words and phrases deemed…
It's been a long time coming, but most British couch potatoes will be wondering what all the fuss was about as product placement finally made its belated appearance on TV screens.
South Korea's CJ Group has consolidated all its industry affiliates under one roof, CJ Entertainment & Media, which launched Tuesday.
London-based sales and financing house Intandem Films has pacted with L.A. shingle Libertine Films to handle international sales on edgy drama "K-11."
Universal Pictures has acquired domestic distribution rights to Working Title production "Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy," starring Colin Firth, Tom Hardy, Gary Oldman and Mark Strong.