As networks scrambled to alter their schedules in the wake of the war in Iraq, reality TV skeins were the most impacted.
Road grosses dipped by a hefty 19.9% during Week 43 (March 17-23). The B.O. for the 17 shows reporting was $10,599,108.
Adam Dawtrey - London Eye
The end of March brings a bellwether deadline for campaign spending reports. For the dozen or so Democrats who want to challenge President George W. Bush next year, the reports are crucial in…
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Robert Hofler - Noises Off
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Peter Bart - The Backlot
In the interest of coordinating their positions, Gallic audiovisual watchdog, the Conseil Superieur de L'Audiovisual, has asked the U.K.'s Independent Television Commission for recommendations on how…
The French may be sitting out the battle in Iraq, but they're determined not to be sidelined in the global news wars. With Gulf War II playing out almost live via TV news reports from such disparate…