Time Warner has snapped up 31% of Ronald Lauder's Central European Media Enterprises for a reported $241.5 million.
Ridley Scott has been awarded a fellowship by the British Film Institute.
The Locarno Film Festival is strengthening its Asian ties by pacting with the Hong Kong Asia Film Financing Forum (HAF), where many pics from the area germinate.
Sony Pictures Entertainment is acting locally in an effort to think more globally when it comes to TV production.
Warner Bros. is opening its vault -- which contains more than 5,000 films never made available on DVD -- to home viewers.
Abu Dhabi execs have tapped former Tribeca artistic director Peter Scarlet executive director at the emirate's Middle East Film Festival.
DirecTV has dug up three more short-lived series to run on its 101 Network, bringing back episodes of mid-2000s dramas "Smith," "The Nine" and "Eyes."
RDF Media is getting into the branded entertainment space in a big way, pacting with Omnicom Media Group to take on oversight of OMG's Full Circle Entertainment.
After his Christmas special became the most watched show in Comedy Central history, ventriloquist Jeff Dunham has signed an all-encompassing deal with the cable net that includes a series order…
The Travel Channel has picked up 12 episodes of "Worldwide Tribe," repping the first-ever U.S. order for producer Alchemy Reality.