A Milan prosecutor has requested a five-year prison sentence for Silvio Berlusconi in a corruption case that saw the former Italo prime minister acquitted in 2004. He is now being retried on appeal.
Spain's right-wing People's Party, the main political opposition, is boycotting the country's biggest media group, the left-leaning Prisa.
In a milestone for Germany's crowded TV market, pay TV movie channel Kinowelt TV has signed up one million subscribers in Germany and Switzerland.
Yet another battle is brewing in the West Coast vs. East Coast TV Academy smackdown. The New York-based National Academy of TV Arts & Sciences, which runs the Daytime Emmys, has announced that it…
Michael Jay Solomon, a longtime television exec and former prexy of Warner Bros.' international TV division, has unveiled his latest venture: "Ancient Treasures of the Holy Land," an interactive…
Lowell Mate is first with Second City, joining the sketch comedy institution as its entertainment president. Mate, who officially joins the company April 2, will be charged with helping the legendary…
"The Shield" returns with a lot of business to get done, continuing the plot that saw one of its principals get blown to bits and extricating Forest Whitaker from his crackling-good guest stint so he…
Bravo has greenlit the gameshow pilot "Paycheck," based on a U.K. format from IDTV. Game play involves seven players who must guess each other's salaries based on questions about pop culture…
Nash Entertainment is resurrecting the Masked Magician — but this time as the lead character in a graphic novel to be produced by Virgin Comics.
Rainbow Media, parent company to AMC, WE and a host of cable nets, is pumping up its international efforts. Company has promoted Harold Gronenthal to senior veep of program acquisitions and…