If HBO is looking for its next ratings hit, all roads are leading to "Rome," which may be the pay cabler's best hope to reach the massive audience that flocks to mob opera "The Sopranos."
Two years ago, private commercial webs welcomed the New Zealand government's decision to take the commercial edge off TVNZ, the dominant state-owned broadcaster.
The Backlot: There's one question about Oscar Weekend that continues to puzzle me. To wit: Why is everyone everywhere?
BBC World has pulled the international feevee from Venezuela's SuperCable due to an unspecified "ongoing commercial dispute."
Movielink isn't just for movies anymore. In a quiet but significant shift, the studio-owned Internet video-on-demand company and its major competitor, CinemaNow, have found the fastest-growing parts…
Strands: David Schwimmer will make his London stage debut in May in the world preem of "Some Girls," the new five-character play from near-ubiquitous American scribe Neil LaBute. Rehearsals begin…
"Everybody talks about the weather, but nobody does anything about it." Paramount is defying that old aphorism, moving Nicolas Cage starrer "The Weather Man" back six months from spring (April 1) to…
Branding is moving from buzzword to harsh reality as Asia's TV market matures. Digital and other new media platforms mean far more channels, all fighting to establish an identity that audiences will…
Peru's small movie industry is gearing up to break records with South America's first locally produced feature-length film in 3D.
The world's most popular musical, "The Sound of Music," has remained unstaged on its home turf for 50 years. Austrians, quite simply, resent the tuner as falsely portraying the country's culture and…
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