The Serb parliament was forced to hold a special session on July 15 to reiterate its support for three members of the Broadcast Agency Council whom critics claim were appointed illegally.
Since his eponymous sitcom went into reruns, Jerry Seinfeld has been less a fixture on the public radar, though he's hardly disappeared.
Violence, political intrigue, multi-million-dollar fraud, rich and powerful rivals -- sounds like the plot for a novela. In fact, it's the real-life melodrama unfolding as two men play out the…
Having already taken on fashion, film and TV, hip-hop has begun crossing over to the stage.
Down in the vault of the British film industry, something is stirring. The old magic, long buried, is being conjured anew.
Going, going, gone? That's the question percolating through the once-mighty commercials production scene in Los Angeles.
In the first half of this year, cinema admissions in Spain fell 2%, following a 4% full-year drop in 2002. Multiplexing is reaching saturation, exhibitors holler.
Broadway grosses made a modest recovery from the usual Fourth of July holiday slump during Week 7 (July 7-13). The B.O. total rose by 3.3% to $13,268,805. Attendance, however, actually dipped by 1.2%…
The severe case of sequelitis that's soured the summer moviegoing season has struck the small screen -- and the results have proven to be almost as deadly.
Online entertainment isn't partying like it's 1999 again, but observers can be pardoned for feeling some boomtime deja vu.
Polish TV viewers, who had only two state channels 10 years ago, now have an ever-wider choice as the two largest commercial stations expand their offering.