The San Francisco Intl. Film Festival will fete Dustin Hoffman with the Peter J. Owens Award at the fest's 46th edition.
Blighty pubcaster channel BBC1 unveiled its £270 million ($421 million) spring/summer schedule Tuesday, emphasizing its commitment to public-service broadcasting.
The wired world is looking more closely than ever at filling the blanks left by broadcasters, according to Tuesday's panel of seven cable chiefs at the Hollywood Radio & Television Society's…
NBC is pulling its "Let's Make a Deal" revival after three weeks. Skein had been set to run through April 1, but the web changed its mind after last night's broadcast.
UPN has greenlit a comedy pilot starring hip-hop diva Eve, while Joe Mantegna has been cast in the CBS drama project "Joan of Arcadia."
Indie distribution company MAC Releasing, in association with Samy Boy Films, has acquired all North American distribution rights to the Gina Gershon all-girl punk band pic "Prey for Rock and Roll."
In a publishing industry that already struggles to win attention for all but its biggest authors, the executives who market books predict their jobs will get even tougher during an invasion of Iraq.
Nearly a dozen Republican lawmakers have demanded that defense secretary Donald Rumsfeld defend the Pentagon's unprecedented decision to let TV correspondents embed with U.S. troops, saying it might…
The NCAA men's basketball tournament will kick off as scheduled in primetime Thursday, even if the U.S. has begun dropping bombs on Baghdad.
Ted Turner said Tuesday he'll likely keep his seat on AOL Time Warner's board and that he's been pushing for some more media-savvy directors, including journalists, to be added to the slate. He said…
Regarding the article published in the Eye on the Oscars issue ("Oscar Reflects Our Obsession With Being No. 1," Variety, March 10-16), accompanied by a photo of Humphrey Bogart