Videogame companies typically don't have a major presence at the National Assn. of Broadcasters confab, but with new media playing a larger role in what winds up on any screen, Electronic Arts felt…
Why did the NAB pick "The Tipping Point" author Malcolm Gladwell to engage in a keynote dialogue with org prexy David Rehr and audience members April 22?
Goldman Sachs, along with partners, has offered to buy out USJ Co., which operates Universal Studios Japan, for ¥140 billion ($1.2 billion).
RDF Media, the U.K. shingle behind "Wife Swap," is closing its talent management business as part of an economy drive that will see the company concentrate on its core production activities.
The city of Rome and Cinecitta Entertainment are moving forward with plans for a vast, Hollywood-inspired, ancient Rome theme park being touted as Italy's answer to Euro Disney in Paris.
The BBC is planning to save £400 million ($583 million) over the next three years by freezing pay for its execs and cutting talent fees.
German production company Leipzig-based LE Vision has agreed to co-produce the latest project of Bulgarian director Stephan Komandarev ("The World Is Big and Salvation Lurks Around the Corner").
Eric Bana's directorial debut, a documentary ode to his beloved four-wheeled friend called "Love the Beast," has notched the second-highest opening week gross for a domestic doc in Oz.