The explosive growth of the Internet, which has siphoned shoppers from shopping malls and given rise to new technologies like video-on-demand and movie file-sharing, has given the nation's theater…
Noises Off: May is awards-glut month in the theater, with the Tonys capping the season on June 5. This column has traditionally poked fun at all the critics orgs that honor legit's finest by honoring…
This summer boasts more original programming on cable than ever before -- and many of them will compete head to head.
Yahoo!'s reach and American Express's wallet are trying to take online theater marketing to a new level.
Czech Prime Minister Jiri Paroubek hopes to improve his government's sagging popularity before next year's general elections by hosting a TV show in which he will respond to questions emailed by…
Voiceover: So who are all these people and what do they want? That was a common refrain around town last week as 1,500 well-dressed, purposeful execs traipsed from one Hollywood studio to another…
It's one of Hollywood's longest-running battles -- unions seeking to expand their turf amid seemingly intractable opposition from studios, netsand producers.
Arsonists burned down a set of telenovela "Salvame Maria" in San Luis, Argentina, on May 24, the latest violent protest against the province's film program.
Tuning In: In the 1960 classic "The Time Machine," a beautiful race of simpleminded people falls into a trance when a horn blares, causing them to march in lockstep like a tranquilized pack of…
Small steps. Seems Russian prexy Vladimir Putin is willing to open up media access to his political rivals. Just don't look for it anytime soon.
Bangkok-based Chaiyo Prods. has pacted with Chinese and local partners to co-produce a 52-part "Project Ultraman" skein, costing $2.6 million.