Like exhibitors in many countries, Brazil's exhibitors are eager to convert theaters to digital using the Digital Cinema Initiatives standards approved by U.S. majors.
The Boston Conservatory Theater Ensemble will present the world premiere of "Heaven & Hell -- The Fantastical Temptation of the 7 Deadly Sins," a musical based on Joe Jackson's "Heaven & Hell" album.
At the TV panel, "Lost" executive producer Carlton Cuse announced plans to start production on Webisodes and phonisodes of his hit series starting in July.
Hollywood union publicists have selected Bob Barker to receive the President's Award from the Intl. Cinematographers Guild.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Foundation has upped staffer Michelle Wheeler to manager, handling induction ceremonies as well day-to-day foundation business.
It looks like Spike TV's got a new kid on the block. Donnie Wahlberg has signed to topline the cabler's eight-hour dramatic event, "The Kill Pit."
The iPod steamroller showed no sign of slowing down over the holidays, as Apple sold a record 21.1 million units of its digital music and video player last quarter, up 50% from a year ago.
Studio Ghibli, the animation house that helmer Hayao Miyazaki built, plans to distribute foreign toons in the Japanese market.
News Corp. is erasing almost all traces of Judith Regan. Company's HarperCollins division is shuttering Regan's Century City offices, where 17 employees worked.
Huge numbers for postseason college and pro football action lifted Fox last week to the highest primetime averages for any net this season.
A memorial tribute to cinematographer and independent filmmaker Gary Graver will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. at the American Cinematheque’s Egyptian Theater in Hollywood. Graver died Nov. 16 at 68…