Time Warner's annual shareholder meeting may be the event of the year. Chest-thumping corporate raider. CEO seeking a little stock market magic. Billionaire Carl Icahn declared war on the world's…
A broadcaster knows it's in trouble when shareholders trash it in public and suggest it emulates the "class act" at the competition.
Overlooking the Straits of Gibraltar, within eyeshot of Spain, Tangier has a colorful and licentious past. Bohemian writers William Burroughs and Paul Bowles made it their home, and it's said that…
New Crowned Hope, an international arts festival helmed by theater and opera director Peter Sellars, was launched at a press conference Nov. 25 held in an 18th-century brewery in one of Vienna's…
As part of its massive media blitz, Disney and Walden Media are giving disc-buyers the choice of Which "Witch" they want: The Christian or the secular?
Spain's relatively uncluttered TV landscape is suddenly filling up thanks to digital terrestrial television, and the country's main players are hurriedly taking positions in content production to…
London Eye: Rupert Murdoch hates them. The home entertainment toppers of the Hollywood studios regard them as a disaster for the DVD business. And they drive video retailers crazy.
The spirit that pervades the New York Intl. Fringe Festival every August is largely about inclusion, experimentation and risk. But as proven by several upcoming productions, the tune changes for…
What's the next move when you've got the best picture Oscar for "The Godfather" on a living room desk and another for "Million Dollar Baby" in the foyer? You make China's first romantic musical in…
The knocks keep coming for controversial Arabic newsie Al-Jazeera. With the furore over a leaked memo alleging President Bush wanted to bomb the satcaster's HQ in Doha, Qatar, still rumbling on…
Three years ago, motion capture was being touted as the hot trend in digital visual effects. But the onscreen results have so far been a little, um, cold.