The Academy of TV Arts & Sciences continues to ferociously rewrite its award rules in response to the reality TV explosion, adding two new categories this season to recognize writers and directors of…
Mayor Michael Bloomberg took time out from plugging Gotham's $2 billion budget gap Thursday to wave the flag for the second installment of the Tribeca Film Festival, an event intended as much to…
The Broadway companies of "Les Miserables" and "The Phantom of the Opera" are set to hold studio rehearsals next week with so-called virtual orchestras -- a new technology that offers musical…
With Republican FCC commish Kevin Martin staging a palace coup on Thursday and joining with Democrats on a key vote, agency topper Michael Powell can no longer necessarily count on a Republican…
U.S. billionaire Haim Saban is likely to make a binding offer for the assets of bankrupt Teutonic TV titan Kirch Media in coming days.
"Mostly Martha" helmer Sandra Nettelbeck is prepping her first English-lingo project, "Helen," to be shot in New England.
The British Columbia government is offering new tax credits to the province's digital animation and visual effects sector as well as to film and television producers willing to shoot outside the…
U.S.-based Intelsat pacted Thursday with Television Broadcasts (TVB) for a stake in its beleaguered Galaxy Satellite Broadcasting pay TV service.
Aussie vet Michael Caton ("The Castle") will topline "Strange Bedfellows," about two straight guys in a country town who pretend to be gay to fool tax collectors.
The World Health Organization has accused Bollywood of enticing teenagers to light up and has asked the Indian film industry to kick the habit.
U.K. rolling news service BBC News 24 said Thursday that it would put accuracy ahead of breaking stories to maintain its reputation of authority.