The FCC's policy of adjudicating complaints over alleged "indecent" programming is unfair to broadcasters and should be overturned, a lawyer representing program producers, broadcasters and First…
ONE FILMMAKER NEVER TO BE counted out is Stanley Kubrick. News that he's adapting Louis Begley's "Wartime Lies" for the big screen stirred up excitement among film buffs who've waited seven years…
"The Who's Tommy" and "Kiss of the Spider Woman" each nabbed 11 Tony Award nominations Monday, tying for the top spot among contenders for Broadway's highest honors.
Randi Cone will join Rogers & Cowan as exec VP, entertainment, and head of television publicity, relocating from New York to Los Angeles at the end of this month.
'Much Ado About Nothing' 36,206/screen Samuel Goldwyn had much to crow about with the debut of Kenneth Branagh's latest pic on three Gotham screens. Film opens Friday in L.A.
A pair of newcomers -- Universal Pictures' "Dragon" and Warner Bros.' "Dave"-- topped the national box office, but the two weren't enough to stem a modest overall decline as weekend numbers were off…
Claiming a project budget exceeding $ 50 million, Nest Entertainment, a Los Angeles-based direct-response marketer of family oriented video, has launched separate production, operation and marketing…
Blackfriars Theater has no permanent home, but it's ready to hit the road in a big way. The little company, evicted in January when a new owner took over the downtown hotel that housed the 80-seat…
The Writers Guild of America West will hold a weekend conference June 4-6 featuring sessions with film and TV writers discussing the craft of writing.
Ad spots on German television continued their growth in the first quarter, though not up to expectations. Germany's seven private TV stations took in 1.4 billion marks ($ 90 million) in ad revenues…
German pubcasters ARD and ZDF, who woke up one morning last year to find that crucial sports rights were suddenly priced way out of reach, are discussing founding their own sports rights company.