His documentaries have exposed Henry Kissinger's alleged war crimes, Kenneth Lay's plundering and the abuse of terror suspects at the hands of U.S. interrogators. He's currently working to further…
With media consumers moving at the speed of their modems in search of content, it's no wonder Jason Kilar, CEO of the online video venture Hulu, believes a content provider's mission is all about…
French media agencies and TV advertisers are warily navigating a new world since President Nicolas Sarkozy's bombshell announcement in January calling for an end to all advertising on national…
German broadcasting groups RTL Deutschland and ProSiebenSat1 are lining up what they hope will be heavy-hitters as they seek to break the dominance of pubcasters ARD and ZDF.
Blighty's two main terrestrial webs have new creative leaders, a circumstance that is bound to have an impact on their respective buying strategies.
The big novelty in Italy's TV landscape is Mediaset's recent foray into pay TV, fueled by massive multiyear volume deals with Warner Bros. and Universal.
At Mip, Spanish buyers will have an eye on new product for their digital terrestrial TV services. Over the past 12 months, DTT gained 6.2 share points, totaling 11.5% of the national audience by…
Rick Sands ended his two-plus year stint at MGM by stepping down from his chief operating officer post Wednesday.
Silvio Berlusconi's Mediaset has picked up a package of Hollywood pics from Milan-based distributor Mondo Home Entertainment.
The Wachowskis will bring "Speed Racer" to close this year's Tribeca Film Fest on May 3.
Crime series, especially quality ones from the U.K., are as hot as ever for the Nordic buyers -- while reality shows, especially the ones labeled as "mean," are no longer in vogue.