Sesame Workshop has greenlighted 27 episodes of tween series, "Out There." Show just bowed in Australia, and will debut Stateside this fall on Noggin.
"Entertaining America: Jews, Movies, and Broadcasting," a multi-media compilation of film and TV cuts, radio broadcasts, movie posters and even Marilyn Monroe's mezzuzah, is on view at The Jewish…
The 2003 Philadelphia International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival is accepting entries for this year’s competition which will take place July 11-22. Entries can be submitted online at…
Columbia U.'s School of the Arts has received a $286,000 grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. Award allows the school to fund a first film by students or recent alumni.
David Dorn has been promoted to senior vice president of media of Warner Strategic Marketing, Warner Music Group's central area for catalog development, licensing and TV marketing.
Sam Neill will star in "Jessica," a four-hour mini directed by Peter Andrikidis which cranks up in New South Wales next Monday.
The headline didn't supplant larger ones about TV sensations Michael Jackson or "Joe Millionaire." But this week's welcome announcement from Nielsen Media Research could help blunt the absurd tyranny…
At the 45th annual Grammy Awards on Sunday, Recording Academy voters held up Norah Jones, an artist who built a huge following fan by fan, as an example of what's good about the music business…
Gotham is hoping its latest move to encourage lensing in New York hits locals where they live. This week, the Mayor's Office of Film, Theater and Broadcasting added a link to its Web site to help New…
The musicians union and the League of American Producers & Theaters are definitely in a feisty mood. When the league announced that it was holding a press conference at noon Tuesday to discuss "the…
The Italian parliamentary body that supervises pubcaster RAI is expected to deliver a vote of no-confidence to the RAI board on Wednesday and force its two holdout members to resign, Commission prexy…