Going against the grain of the FCC's National Broadband Plan, the Open Mobile Video Coalition, which represents nearly 900 broadcasters, has released a white paper urging TV stations to "move quickly…
In a bid to stanch the outflow of film and TV jobs from California, advocates have set up an organization to educate voters and help foster a political climate more conducive to enacting additional…
Green Zone" and "The Hurt Locker" -- critically praised Iraq War pictures whose box office take falls short of their positive reviews -- have their differences.
How can a director supervise his film's post-production if he's in jail?
As reality television has exploded, so has the demand for "real" contestants. At the same time, online social networks have grown into a major means for people to interact and connect.
Have the lives of below-the-line nominees changed?
Sometimes a casting decision can have unforeseen benefits.
20th Century Fox pic swept the Intl. 3D Society's first annual kudos on Tuesday night.
Tongues wagged last August when Paramount said it had made the business decision to postpone the release of "Shutter Island" from October to February.
As the tussle over retransmission consent fees continues to play out between broadcasters and the cable biz, one factor that's been largely overlooked is the easy availability of free over-the-air TV…