Univision, the nation's dominant Spanish-language net, handily beats UPN and the WB in the ratings. And when the dust clears on the merger of the two netlets, it may be Univision, not the CW, that…
In recent years, Atlanta's Alliance Theater attracted national attention by hosting Broadway tryouts of "Aida" and "The Color Purple." But this season, the company has kept its focus local and scored…
Tuning In: ESPN has unleashed a minor storm with "Bonds on Bonds," a new "reality" show chronicling slugger Barry Bonds' assault on baseball's home run record. Even some staffers complained…
A record four local films will screen at the 19th Singapore Film Fest (April 13-29), with Royston Tan's "4:30" the first homegrown feature to close the fest.
Road grosses increased in Week 44 (March 27-April 2), as the 13-show slate rose 4.17% to total $11,676,477.
The Backlot: With the Pellicano intrigues still dominating the news, a survival guide is clearly needed for those who want to avoid this sort of mess in the future. Herewith, some initial guidelines:
As the Mip TV mart wound down here last week and crowds on the Croisette thinned, international distribs hawking telenovelas, minis and effects-laden TV movies welcomed what they said was renewed…
Japan is the world's second-largest film market; Tokyo, with a metro area of more than 20 million people, is that market's thriving hub. Only in Tokyo are cinephiles likely to hit cinemas more than…
Julia Roberts' Broadway bow -- the show's called "Three Days of Rain," in case you hadn't heard -- played its first eight previews last week and racked up a huge $988,198.
Recent changes in Oz's foreign and cross media ownership laws were designed to spur a buying spree by media congloms. But, after waiting a decade for such reforms, is anybody in the mood to shop?