Documentary filmmaker Richard James Broadman died of a heart attack Jan. 5 in Boston. He was 53. Broadman was one of the founders of the independent documentary movement in Boston in the 1960s…
"To get the effect we needed to achieve, we used a lot of stuff that I had never used, or used to such a degree before. We had smoke all the time and soft lighting."
UPN has pacted with Internet consulting firm Protagonist to develop strategies for entering the interactive TV market.
Milton Krents, a broadcast executive who produced the religious drama and discussion series “The Eternal Light” on NBC radio for the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, died Jan. 8 in New York of…
Media giant Bertelsmann is considering plans to buy EMI or Sony Music, in line with its goal of becoming the world's biggest music company, German weekly Der Spiegel reports in today's issue.
Confirming Hollywood's love affair with the cell phone, Columbia TriStar Interactive has fired up the first wireless film Web site to promote the Feb. 18 release of "Hanging Up."
While the press keeps insisting that Disney's "Pearl Harbor" is a fait accompli, it isn't.
"Dharma & Greg" and "The X-Files" received kudos Thursday at the ninth annual Environmental Media Awards, held at the Beverly Hilton.
Usually one to shy away from the spotlight, George Lucas was almost a no-show at his own award dinner Wednesday night.