The development of interactive TV is starting to take shape, with the new industry making the strangest of bedfellows.
A lot can happen in 30 years. When ABC's most enduring soap opera, "General Hospital," went on the air on April 1, 1963, the women's movement was in its earliest stages.
The showdown between financially beleaguered German indie distribs and American majors ended with a whimper and without resolution yesterday at the European Cinema Congress.
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Harold Lloyd's silent film classic "Safety Last" resurfaces Friday night when the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra premieres composer-conductor Carl Davis' score during a fund-raiser at UCLA's Royce…
The Los Angeles County supervisors, faced with the annual loss of millions of dollars in revenue generated by fashion photographers who have fled to Florida, have streamlined the permit process for…
"It was like the eye of a hurricane," says actor Anthony Geary of the storm of popularity that swirled about the Luke and Laura characters on "General Hospital" in the early 1980s.
Italy's financing crunch has prompted a new production partnership.
Homes that would drop cable sans net affils 64% A Roper annual study indicates a large number of cable homes would be likely to cancel subscriptions if their cabler didn't carry local network…
What do peach beer, baseball and recessions have in common? They are examples of the Japanese ability to import a Western product and make it uniquely their own.
ITC Entertainment Group prez-CEO Chris Gorog announced his resignation yesterday, citing "strategic differences" with the board of directors over the "future direction" of the TV/film…