PBS "American Masters" profiles seldom provoke much controversy, but this slow-moving yet intriguing documentary devoted to "Peanuts" creator Charles M. Schulz has managed that feat.
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The Sci Fi Channel, in partnership with Microsoft, will unspool a special two-hour episode of "Battlestar Galactica" in movie theaters in eight major cities two weeks before it premieres on the…
MTV has imported Lyndsey Rodrigues from Australia to co-host "Total Request Live" with Damien Fahey.
Promax/BDA, the marketing, promotion and design arm of the TV industry, has named Jonathan Block-Verk president.
CNBC have inked a three-year, multi-million dollar deal with the Dubai International Financial Center (DIFC) for a series of cross-partnership activities. Pact comprises on-air, online and…
Filmed over a two-year period during production of David Lynch's "Inland Empire," "Lynch," like the feature it loosely chronicles, has no immediately discernable throughline and a wide variety of…
In television, new technologies get spun and old business models go flat, but the "Wheel" rolls on.
Nobody would've predicted it, but here it is: Pat Sajak -- the man who oversees the spinning of a mechanical wheel for a living -- has emerged as one of TV's last remaining icons.
The superheated, rat-a-tat-tat style of Fernando Meirelles' epic "City of God" (2002) gives way to a lighter but also more emotionally satisfying take on the lives of favela gangstas in companion…
Famous for the glamorous gowned image she has portrayed for more than 25 years on "Wheel of Fortune," Vanna White has become synonymous with over-the-top decadence in dress. She has worn more than…