In delivering the first NAB Digital Cinema keynote, producer-director Scott Billups declared that this year's edition of NAB is about the context -- the shifting away from the technology to the…
Washington will be the main attraction at this week's confab of the National Assn. of Broadcasters in Las Vegas.
"Guardian of the Frontier" begins promisingly as a distaff "Deliverance" with healthy doses of folk fantasy and coed skin, set on and around the Kolpa river dividing Slovenia and Croatia, but soon…
Issuing his first major edict on the TV biz, Federal Communications Commission chair Michael Powell said Thursday he hopes to kickstart the digital age by asking nets to carry the majority of their…
EchoStar chair-CEO Charlie Ergen on Tuesday accused the National Assn. of Broadcasters of spreading misinformation and announced the satcasting conglom would set up a rival shop at NAB's upcoming…
Kodak got a partial reprieve on having the company's Hollywood & Highland signs covered on Oscar night. Though the most prominent sign -- the brass Kodak Theater letters above the main entryway…
The March 24 Oscarcast hit a new low with U.S. auds, but Down Under, a record contingent of Aussie nominees had viewers watching in droves -- even if most already knew the results.
Even its rivals were tempted to breathe a sigh of relief March 24 when Universal/DreamWorks' "A Beautiful Mind" took home four key Academy Awards, including the best picture Oscar.
Oscar's help came in handy over Easter weekend for "A Beautiful Mind," "Monster's Ball," "The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring" and "Gosford Park."
An Anglo-Indian girl gets to realize her dream after meeting a blonde English tomboy in "Bend It Like Beckham," an amusing comedy set in the world of women's amateur soccer. Writer-helmer Gurinder…