Tensions between journos and the Egyptian government escalated as today's "march of 1 million" on the capital city of Cairo approached.
The U.S. studio and Blighty media investor are teaming to help fill the void left when the government agency, which backed more than 900 films with lottery funds since its creation in 2000, was axed…
Cash-strapped Egoli Tossell Film, the German producer of Golden Globe winner "Carlos," has embarked on financial restructuring to bring in a new shareholder and secure its future.
Capturing the zeitgeist of uprisings in Tunisia and Egypt, Quinta Communications topper Tarak Ben Ammar will produce and finance a film about Mohamed Bouazizi, the man who set himself on fire…
Rupert Murdoch's Sky Italia satcaster and Italian broadband operator Fastweb are bundling their services to win more customers, stepping up Sky's competition with Silvio Berlusconi's Mediaset Premium…
Updated Al Jazeera English has provided the most comprehensive coverage of the uprising in Egypt, but you'll have a tough time finding it on most cable and satellite systems in the U.S.: Most cable…
Los Angeles might not yet have an NFL team, but it does have a stadium name.
Spanish free-to-air broadcaster Cuatro will air the first season of U.S. pay TV network Starz' "Spartacus: Blood and Sand."
Omar Sharif is Egypt's most famous actor, so it was perhaps no surprise that he would weigh in on the tumult that is rocking the country. He says that President Hosni Mubarak should have resigned…
A summary of today's quick reads… Rep. Jeff Dunham (R-Calif.) doled out $25,000 to have LeAnn Rimes perform in Washington for a fund raiser at the W Hotel, an event that raised eyebrows earlier this…