Director Marco Bellocchio returns to his unconventional roots with "The Religion Hour," a densely textured, intensely personal drama about a confirmed atheist confronted with lingering ties to the…
Translating Nia Vardalos' well-received stage monologue into fleshed-out screen form, "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" suffers in ways typical to such adaptations -- what was fresh and flavorful in…
Howard Stringer, Chairman and CEO of Sony Corp. of America, and Katsuji Ebisawa, prexy of NHK Japan Broadcasting, will both receive honorary Emmys at the 30th outing of the International Emmy Awards…
Underlining the dearth of strong Italian titles during the past slow season, a film released a year ago swept the 2002 David di Donatellos, the country's leading film awards, with director Ermanno…
TV's economic picture may still look fuzzy, but the convention of the National Assn. of Broadcasters drew a better-than expected crowd of station owners ready to deal and talk digital.
It'll be slow-going for the rollout of interactive TV services in the U.S. for some time,
EchoStar said Tuesday it has met with dozens of TV station owners interested in being carried by the giant satcaster during the broadcasters' annual show here.
Federal Communications Commission chair Michael Powell hit the jackpot Tuesday as the electronics biz reversed itself and embraced the regulator's voluntary plan to begin equipping television sets…
If Hollywood thinks it can keep Internet users from copying its music, TV shows and pics by digital protection, think again.
"Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In" was inducted to the National Assn. of Broadcasters Hall of Fame Monday during the NAB all-industry television luncheon.
There were olive branches galore as the National Assn. of Broadcasters confab kicked into full gear Monday, with incoming AOL Time Warner topper Richard Parsons and NAB's Eddie Fritts calling on the…