CBS News found itself in the crosshairs of a mini media frenzy in the last few days, fueled by speculative reports about what the Eye's top brass may or may not be planning to do with its…
New York state is about to triple its tax credit for film and TV productions shooting within its borders in a bid to regain an edge over its credit-happy neighbors Connecticut, New Jersey and…
In another sign of change in the network world, the CW is ditching its traditional upfront presentation for a cocktail party.
Peter Nyren is ankling as head of light entertainment at pubcaster Swedish Television (SvT) after two years.
Comarex, the Mexico City-based global distrib, has reupped its agreement to market German kids' animation producer and distributor EM Ent.'s portfolio in the U.S. and Latin America.
Michael Bass has returned to the NBC Universal fold, this time as senior veep of strategic initiative.
Maybe they should rename it "Lost, Inc." It's still a hit TV show, first and foremost. But "Lost" has also spawned mobisodes, videogames, books, viral videos, interactive Internet sites and much more.
The motion picture industry is making a big bet on 3-D, in part because it's supposed to promise an experience that can't be duplicated on television.
Canadian film and TV producers including Sarah Polley descended on Ottawa's Parliament Hill on Thursday to plead with senators to amend a controversial bill that producers believe amounts to…
Want to see every recent advance in sports broadcasting rolled into one spectacle? Tune in, click on or punch up this summer's Olympic Games in Beijing. Indeed, the 2008 Games -- carried in the U.S…
As mobile video, smart phones and other digital media are poised to revolutionize the way entertainment is consumed, NAB is tweaking its brand to take advantage of the changing marketplace.