"Anchorman" signs off on twitter.
Australia's film industry is facing the prospect of empty studios, heavy job losses and the closure of some of its small post-production houses as international shoots have dried up.
The Australian stage looks quite healthy lately, hosting a bevy of stars in high-profile productions, seeing its subscriptions rise and launching innovations to ensure that there's a new generation…
The Kabuki-za theater, a landmark in Tokyo's Ginza district for nearly six decades, closed its doors for the last time on April 30.
The new head of terrestrial giant ITV, Adam Crozier, who arrived at the broadcaster April 26, has made his first big appointment.
German TV viewers will soon be watching hockey in 3D in the comfort of their own living room.
California's political landscape this election cycle has been, for lack of a better term, bizarre. We've had Web attack videos of Barbara Boxer as a blimp, Tom Campbell as a demon sheep and Meg…
Television advertising is rebounding in Russia and Germany.
"Jersey Shore" may have been the medicine that Viacom was waiting for.
Twentieth Century Fox has nabbed the film rights to Ed Brubacker's graphic novel "Incognito."