A look at recent productions in Massachusetts.
Film producers rarely sound like cheerleaders, but just ask them about working with Lisa Strout, director of the Massachusetts Film Office.
Writer-producer Tom Fontana returned to the smallscreen Aug. 19 with BBC America's "Copper," a co-creation with Will Rokos ("Monster's Ball") about policemen in New York City's Five Points…
Former Verizon executive Lisa Sherman had no television experience when MTV president of programming Brian Graden hired her to help him start LGBT-friendly cable net Logo in 2005. But the station's…
Local biz hopes re-opening of film office will restore state as production magnet
Above-the-line obituaries tend to generate big headlines and major retrospective packages in the media, but the untimely loss of a below-the-line worker usually receives far less attention.
A rave review may extend a show's life, but many nets have felt effect of sharp barbs
The Supreme Court seemed to come down on the side of broadcasters in a late-June ruling that struck down indecency cases over isolated curse words and flashes of nudity against Fox and ABC…