France's Centre National de la Cinematographie (CNC), which subsidizes Gallic cinema and TV production, is upping its 2003 budget 3.8% to x478.27 million ($467.17 million).
Broadcaster TF1, publisher Lagardere, Pathe and Groupe Bollore are among the companies chosen by the French TV regulator to develop digital terrestrial webs in Gaul.
Sony Pictures TV has secured a carriage deal for its action channel AXN with Cabovisao, Portugal's fastest-growing digital cable system.
The choreographers behind "Lagaan," "Alias" and "That '70s Show" were among the winners at Sunday's eighth annual American Choreography Awards at L.A.'s Orpheum Theater.
ABC's "The Bachelor" surged to season highs on Wednesday, helping ABC claim victory on the night among adults 18-34 with its best Wednesday delivery in the demo with series programming since November…
The two biggest film players in the Spanish-speaking world unveiled a movie co-production alliance on Thursday in Mexico City.
Woody Harrelson has been tapped to host NBC's "Three Stooges' 75th Anniversary Special," a one-hour event celebrating the legendary comic trio.
CNN Intl. will stay on Israeli airwaves -- at a cost. Ending six months of negotiations during which government officials threatened to pull CNNi off the air,
Fox has dodged a fastball up and in, with the World Series now guaranteed to extend until Saturday and the net in position to avoid the lowest ratings ever for the Fall Classic.
Comedy Central has agreed to pay Warner Bros. about $28 million for the exclusive rights to reruns of "Mad TV."
UPN has reached into another dimension and picked up the back nine episodes of "The Twilight Zone."