Maybe Lucasfilm should change its name to LucasTV. In his keynote talk at the annual Siggraph computer graphics conference and tradeshow Monday, George Lucas said the company would be more focused on…
Veteran TV and film exec-turned-investor Jeff Sagansky is opening his wallet once again, this time for a hefty stake in Canadian film and television company Peace Arch Entertainment.
Current TV, the ad-supported cable network that its founder and chairman Al Gore calls "the television home page for the Internet generation," kicked off Monday in about 20 million homes.
TF1, France's leading commercial broadcaster, posted first-half 2005 revenues of S1.47 billion ($1.783 billion), down 1.7% on the same period last year.
Confirming Spain as a haven for terrestial broadcasters, Telecinco posted remarkable first-half results, with net profits increasing 59.5% to 261.7 million Euros ($317.2 million).
John Malone's Encore Western channel has loaded the weekend of Aug. 26 with a 50-hour marathon of its staple "Gunsmoke," which will celebrate its 50th anniversary.
Foxtel is expanding its interactivity through two initiatives, Fox Sports News Active and a block of "The Simpsons" on Fox 8 that allows viewers to select episodes.
The management at the London office of CNN failed to consider the health of its staff by adopting an inflexible attitude to working night shifts. A U.K. industrial tribunal ruled Monday that the news…
Network Ten has announced a multiyear supply deal with the distrib arm of Reveille, U.S.-based producer of reality skeins such as "The Biggest Loser." Deal gives Ten exclusive broadcasts rights to…
After a protracted process, BBC Worldwide has announced that its new director of global TV channels is Darren Childs, whom it has poached from Sony.
Nine Network's new drama series "The Alice" has not been able to reach the heady heights of its previous outing as a miniseries, which drew more than 1.8 million viewers in August last year.