When selling advertising time, networks build in a ratings cushion of between 3% and 5%. That cushion isn't going to help much though if double-digit dips in the demos continue.
To Oscar-minded studio marketeers and ad folk, "Mystic River" is the real scary movie this Halloween.
Matt Wolf - Strands
An Indian-based animation house headed by an ex-Disney vet is tooning up a kids' skein that could hit U.S. screens soon.
After an intense month of announcements, arguments and amendments, one weary studio exec sighed to Variety, "What more is there to say about screeners?"
Artisan's beefy film library will soon become Lions Gate's cash cow, once the latter closes on a $160 million-plus acquisition of the Gotham-based company.
Brian Lowry - Tuning In
The good news for offshore TV producers and Australia's ailing production services: The 12.5% tax credit for big-budget films lensed Down Under is almost certain to be extended to TV series and…
Producer Aimee Peyronnet has a knack for seeing movies in quirky, dark-horse novels that become very big deals.
Next year, China's Global Children's Film Festival will be sponsored and hosted by a private enterprise, which is a first.
After two years of depressed ratings, viewers are flocking back to syndicated TV this fall, with 44% of all returning five-a-week shows harvesting more viewers for the first six weeks of the season.
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions