A look at important dates through 2008
The iPod phenom shows no signs of slowing down, as strong sales for the digital music player and a solid debut for the companion iPhone drove Apple to record earnings last quarter, causing its stock…
The Writers Guild of America may be on strike in two places at once next month.
Talent agent Robert Lantz, who repped clients including Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton and Bette Davis over a six decade career, died Oct. 18 of heart failure in Manhattan. He was 93.
"Young Frankenstein" played seven previews last week, and although there's no telling exactly how much money it made, estimates put "Frank" B.O. somewhere in the area of $1.5 million.
The Federal Communications Commission has ruled that particular airings of commentator Armstrong Williams' plugs for the Bush administration's "No Child Left Behind" initiative violated…
More than 1.44 million Australians tuned in Sunday to watch a debate between Prime Minister John Howard and opposition leader Kevin Rudd, making it the most watched show of the night.
Germany and the U.K. were the big winners at this year's Prix Europa, which honored ARD's "Die Mauer -- Berlin '61," a TV movie about the building of the Berlin Wall.
Japan distrib FUNimation is partnering with AccessIT group member the Bigger Picture to digitally distribute four Japanese pics in the U.S. market, the Bigger Picture has announced.
Eran Kolirin's Middle Eastern comedy "The Band's Visit" scored the Warsaw Film Festival's main prize, while New Films New Directors kudos went to Koen Mortier's "Ex Drummer," adapted from the tough…
Some of China's top helmers including Feng Xiaogang and Zhang Yang gathered in Yokohama for the second Chinese film festival, which will take the theme "Beijing" ahead of next year's Olympics.