Nashwa al-Ruwaini is as close as you can get to a one-woman media whirlwind in the Middle East.
The top 35 ad-supported cable networks are up 7% in total viewers this season, according to a report released Wednesday by Turner Networks' research department.
Continuing the increasingly Chinese flavor of this year's Hong Kong Filmart, two mainland films won the inaugural Open Doors Hong Kong-Asia Film Financing Forum (HAF) award.
The CW is in talks to telecast this year's Daytime Emmy kudocast, the network confirmed Wednesday.
Ethnic Chinese gangs stumble as they cross swords with the Japanese mafia in Jackie Chan starrer "Shinjuku Incident," an over-ambitious, narratively untidy urban crimer.
NBC Universal Global Networks has appointed Merab Gabuniya to the newly-created role of managing director Russia.
Nicole Kidman will star in Woody Allen's next film, joining the already announced cast of Antonio Banderas, Josh Brolin, Anthony Hopkins, Freida Pinto and Naomi Watts.
Twentieth Television has sold a syndie version of "Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader" to stations covering 80% of the country for a fall launch.
Summit Entertainment has acquired rights to thriller "Golden Gate," with Tommy O'Haver directing from Charles Bohl's screenplay.
Transforming a Web series into a sitcom, "In the Motherhood" mostly demonstrates that enlarging a picture often does little more than exaggerate its flaws.