Korean cable operators face major challenges in moving analog customers to digital, according to panelists at the Korea Digital Cable TV Summit.
London Eye: Chris Noonan is living proof that a hit can be harder to follow up than a flop.
A downtown Toronto theater that's been dark since the Second City abandoned it last April is coming to life again thanks to a boy band.
Awards season may be over, but the feelings linger on, as the Academy is blasted for what it did and praised for what it didn't do.
It's been hailed as a triumph for the BBC, but will the biggest ever shakeup in the way the pubcaster is managed put Auntie in a straitjacket?
For a long time, producer Joel Silver was happy to be known as the action man, having presided over such bombastic, macho and wildly profitable franchises as "Die Hard" and "Lethal Weapon."
Broadway grosses got a springtime boost for Week 41 (March 6-12), rising more than $1.3 million to $15,142,726 for 25 shows on the boards.
Out in Victoria Harbor, hundreds of barges and small boats load and unload goods ranging from exotics to commodities; many of those goods will never even touch the Hong Kong shoreline. Inside the…
Road grosses increased in Week 41 (March 6-12), as the 12-show slate gained 5.56% to total $10,870,130.
The first months of Daily Variety in the fall of 1933 didn't just reprint press releases, trade in gossip or rely on gimmickry. There were several issues of importance to showbiz getting their due in…