To borrow a line from a book -- one of those things I read before TV swallowed all my spare time -- for critics, these are truly the best and worst of times.
Germany's new production fund has sparked a boom in Berlin's film industry, injecting substantial cash and glamour into the bohemian metropolis.
The names George Lucas and Regin Philbin don't usually pop up in the same sentence, but both men will be popping out with separate 3-D TV presentations this Halloween.
Midnight on Nov. 1 marks the entertainment industry's zero hour, the moment when the Writers Guild contract expires, and scribes, studios and the rest of Hollywood are in limbo.
Katie Couric's recent trip to Iraq and Syria didn't light up the ratings -- and it certainly didn't stop speculation over how long she can last in the anchor chair.
Reruns are trumping originals during the first few weeks of the new season in TV syndication.
Fox and Comcast are lobbing hand grenades at one another over a cable TV/satellite issue that never seems to go away: the runaway cost of sports networks.
A bullish 23rd Mipcom TV mart, which wrapped Oct. 12, may go down as heralding the return of the networks. After years of geek-heavy panels peering into TV's digital future, the nets, once written…
It gets more tempting every year to say that the New York Film Festival has reneged on its mission to represent what programmer Richard Pena has called "the state of the cinema."
Postman Pat has got a promotion and revamp, the Bionic Woman has turned dark and sultry, and Enid Blyton's Famous Five have all had kids, spawning a fresh Five ready for a new series of 2-D animated…
In a bid to tap the burgeoning U.S. Hispanic market, Mexican media giant Televisa inked a TV and film deal with Lionsgate last week, but the pact looks set to jilt both parties' existing partnerships.