In the traditional Broadway model, New York producers create Main Stem fare that eventually fans out to the rest of the country via road productions.
Rotterdam is developing an obsession with Africa.
The battle for India's youth TV market is heating up.
Perhaps former Warner Bros.' syndie chief Dick Robertson said it first, but it's become a sort of mantra: "You can't underpay for failure, and you can't overpay for a hit."
"The Social Network" reminds us that the most satisfying relationships are now forged through online "friends," not through face-to-face encounters.
TV stations have tons of cash on hands these days -- but they aren't all that committed to spending it yet.
A 41-year-old video posted to the PBS website has been a morale booster for public television in times of tough budget battles.
Frugal TV stations -- some bitten by the tough 2009 recession -- want more locally-produced programming. Most of this will come in the form of news and lifestyle programming.
Rio de Janeiro-based equity investor RioFilme has launched a pioneering cinema circuit in the city's hillside slums, or favelas.
Noteworthy projects poised for a national rollout