As debate escalates about the no-shows at the Las Vegas Convention Center, one thing is certain: NATPE 2002 will be unlike any before it.
Baz Luhrmann's work on "Moulin Rouge" isn't finished.
Barely had Nicholas Hytner been announced as the next artistic director of the Royal National Theater than industry and media folk alike were playing hail to the (new) chief.
Woody Allen says terrorism and the events of Sept. 11 are likely to be taboo to Hollywood but "fair game" to indie filmmakers.
Oscar screenings are the latest part of the Hollywood landscape to be altered by the threat of terrorism. Amid heightened security at studio lots, photo IDs will be checked for all attendees at…
The movie industry expects to soon receive a round of applause from the ever-watchful Federal Trade Commission on its revised marketing practices.
The frustration mounting, a still-rotorless broadcast biz will meet with the Federal Aviation Administration on Oct. 5 to discuss the ongoing ban on news helicopters in skies above major cities…
ABC has won the bidding for the rights to turn the suprise hit summer pic "Legally Blonde" into a sitcom. Alphabet is putting the finishing touches on a put pilot commitment to the project, which…
Several perplexed U.S. Supreme Court justices on Tuesday hinted that the Federal Communications Commission may have to figure out whether the Internet is to be lumped in with traditional cable…
Sound powerhouse Digital Theater Systems has tapped Dan Slusser chairman, while prexy Jon Kirchner now also assumes the role of CEO.
Record retailer Tower Records, which has been looking for ways to raise money, said Monday it has substantially completed an amendment to its credit facility that will provide ready availability of…
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