The Dixie Chicks may be riding high at No. 1 with their new album, but they're still feeling repercussions from an anti-Bush comment made in London three years ago.
Long before its release, Bill Carter's take on the 2004-05 TV season, "Desperate Networks," was touted as essential reading for the biz. Which network execs would the New York Times reporter…
The Eastern and Central European TV markets are expanding and the 2006 World Cup is a good indicator of the region's changing TV climate.
Scouts in the toon biz have known for years that the shores of the turquoise-hued Lake Annecy are one of the best places to unearth new animation talent.
Digital TV subscribers who navigate basic cable, pay TV and pay-per-view are faced with a glut of as many as 4,000 movie titles to sort through each month.
Will people pay for music if they know the money's going to artists and not "greedy" record labels? That's the hope of digital music start-up Lala.com, which is entering a crowded market with a…
This year, soccer fans in Brazil, the current cup holder, will be able to watch the games on the Internet for the first time, as well as the usual terrestrial and pay TV platforms.
A clutch of Israeli pics are set to tackle the country's controversial invasion and two-decade occupation of Lebanon. "Lebanon" follows 24 hours in the life of four Israeli soldiers at the outset of…
Tuning In: In the new season of HBO's "Entourage" premiering this week, fictional star Vincent Chase mulls whom to squire to the premiere of his movie "Aquaman," edgily waits for opening box office…
Alleged foul play, curve-balls, rivalry: Spain's broadcaster battle over World Cup coverage has delivered high-class drama -- the Cup itself could prove quite an anti-climax.
Hollywood high rollers -- relax. A controversial SEC plan to force public companies to reveal pay packages of their top earners is losing steam.