The Union of the Filmmakers of Bosnia and Herzegovina has announced "No Man's Land" as Bosnia's first official entry submitted for the foreign language film Oscar.
Veteran television news personality Geraldo Rivera is leaving his anchor job at CNBC to cover the war in Afghanistan for Fox News.
ABC, CBS and NBC collectively suffered a record loss of $880 million in advertising revenues for the third quarter, a downslide of 28.6% from the same period in 2000.
The soap opera that is the SAG election will go forward today despite calls to pull the plug. The Guild's elections committee decided late Thursday to defer, until after the election, a decision on a…
Children's charity Variety Club launches its 11th annual Gold Heart Campaign fund-raiser today at 2,500 theaters nationwide with a few new twists, including the licensing of Disney artwork.
According to the White House, the Taliban has a distinct propaganda advantage in that the Afghan rulers are the first to wake and feed the 24-hour TV news cycle while the Western world still slumbers.
Nascent Gotham-based film and digital shingle ContentFilm has tapped Douglas Tulley as the company's chief financial officer and Michael Roban as head of business affairs.
Arrow Features has acquired worldwide rights to Atsushi Funahashi's feature debut "Echoes," starring newcomer Eden Rountree and Paolo Pagliacolo.
Fox has loaded the bases with its coverage of the World Series and could hit a ratings grand slam this weekend.
One crooked cop and "Thirteen Ghosts" paced Warner Bros. to an October domestic B.O. win, with "Training Day" and the Joel Silver/Robert Zemeckis-produced horror pic leading the charge.
Channel 4 has appointed BBC exec John McHugh as its new head of entertainment. McHugh, the BBC's senior commissioning executive for entertainment, will join the terrestrial early next year.