Hugh Laurie has become the latest actor to be honoured with a star on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame.
Amazon’s latest original series is based on the book 'Good Girls Revolt' by Lynn Povich,' about a group of women employed by Newsweek magazine in the 1960's who ended up suing the magazine for discrim
Making creative decisions using data, algorithms and artificial intelligence; it all sounds terrifying to people who make a living in the TV and film industry.
UHD, Ultra HD, 4K – whatever you want to call it – the next stage of TV may not yet be in your home, but that’s just a matter of time. What is
Despite its strong presence on the programme at MIPCOM 2016 – one of the world’s leading markets for entertainment content – virtual reality still
The UK’s creative industries represent around 9% of the country’s GDP, according to John McVay head of the UK Producers Alliance for Cinema and
HBO Europe, the European arm of the Time Warner service, is following on the success of its first season with Season Two of Hungarian TV series ‘Aranyelet’ (‘Golden…
It is just three days until the first of the televised face-to-face showdowns between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump on Monday.
Fantasy drama series “Game of Thrones” won the top Emmy for a second straight year on Sunday (September 18), fending off challenges from newcomers.
British actor Jude Law stars as the Pope in HBO's new miniseries 'The Young Pope' by Italian director Paolo Sorrentino.
The winners have been announced in the great Greek TV sell-off, with four companies winning bids for television channels in an unprecedented auction.
Chis Boardman is the latest BBC commentator to be accused of sexism at the Rio Olympic Games. His comments came after Laura Trott won her second
A new home security camera uses face recognition technology to identify family members and friends and alerts home owners of unwanted visitors.
Photos and videos of the recent attacks in France and those suspected of perpetrating them have been continuously featured across Europe’s news channels and other…
Dozens of Euro 2016 matches are being beamed via satellite to television sets and phones all over the world this summer.
Stars of the big screen and lots from the little screen turned out en masse for the 56th Monte Carlo TV Festival.
Panasonic says it is going to stop making screens for its televisions in Japan and instead will buy in panels produced by third parties such as LG or Sharp
Bill Cosby has been ordered by a US court to stand trial on sexual assault charges, over allegations that he drugged and molested a woman 12 years…
The Queen’s love affair with horses stretches back beyond her 63-year reign, and the Royal Windsor Horse show will close in style with a special
Ukraine’s Jamala, the first Crimean Tatar ever to perform at a Eurovision Song Contest, became the winner on Saturday night in Stockholm.
The outcome of the Eurovision Song Contest brought delight in Kyiv among Ukrainians – including Crimean Tatars. Euronews correspondent in the
Music, kitsch and politics took centre stage at the 61st edition of the Eurovision Song Contest in Stockholm on Saturday night.