Ask Bob Bain -- creator and exec producer of Fox's Teen Choice Awards, which air tonight on the network -- how he manages to crack the code of what's hot in the teen and tween universe, and you'll…
The Emmy nominees for directing nonfiction programming created projects that cover the broad spectrum of human experience, from outrageous comedy to inspirational contemporary politics and horrifying…
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Here comes a new generation -- and some seasoned players -- advancing to higher-profile projects.
Thousands of hours of footage logged. Characters on the edge often doing the unthinkable or unimaginable. Storylines that must be teased or outright wrangled in order to become clear.
In the new digital age work that was traditionally undertaken by film labs has been assumed by a group of global companies whose multiple divisions and functions reflect the complexity of film…
In 2005, Gerry Fuentes lost his job as a home health care provider in New Mexico. With film production in New Mexico booming, Fuentes thought he'd try his hand at some of the below the line…
The competition for this year's comedy series Emmy will be anything but funny.
Though they may not solve the world's most pressing issues, this group of personalities make it hard to turn away when flipping through the 500-channel universe
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Georgia television production has long been known for "In the Heat of the Night," but a crop of popular newcomers -- "Drop Dead Diva" and "Vampire Diaries" -- have focused the smallscreen spotlight…