German sales outfit Sola Media has closed a bevy of pre-sales on "Carlo's Casino," a 3D gag-ladden toon feature produced by Danish animation helmer-producer Thomas Borch Nielsen ("Sunshine Barry and…
Tokyo -- Shipments of DVD and Blu-ray discs in Japan fell 2.7% in 2010 to $3.2 billion, according to figures compiled by the Japan Video Software Assn., the sixth year of decline.
The Montreal International Jazz Fest, billed as the world's largest, adds Robert Plant, Diana Krall, Youssou N'Dour, Peter Frampton, the duo of Brad Mehldau and Joshua Redman, and Return to Forever…
Ron Schiller, the chief fund-raiser for NPR caught on video bashing the Tea Party, is out of a job "effectively immediately," the news org says. He announced last week, before the video was released, …
Defunct file-sharing service LimeWire has settled a massive federal copyright infringement suit filed by eight major music publishing companies.
James O'Keefe, the conservative video sting-masters, strikes again, this time in a damaging interview with NPR's top fund-raiser and at the very moment that the news org is struggling to make sure…
Diana Iljine will be taking the reins at the Munich Film Festival next year, replacing outgoing topper Andreas Stroehl.
Movies-on-demand subscription service PictureBox, backed by Universal Pictures, has bowed its streaming service, PictureBox Player, in the U.K. and Ireland.
English thesp Jamie Campbell Bower, who starred in Tim Burton's "Sweeney Todd," will be reigning over the Croisette at next month's Mip TV sales mart.
Unscripted specialist Fox Look has unveiled a raft of international licensing deals for its formats and finished shows.
British production companies Mann Made Films and Rosebud Pictures are developing thriller "Black Money" and have tapped Adrian Vitoria to direct from his own screenplay.