In four weeks, NBCU CEO Steve Burke has made changes at the top of the company's movie studio, arthouse film division, cable TV production studio, top cable network and in international business…
From the October 08, 2013 issue of Variety
In an exclusive excerpt from Anita Elberse's book "Blockbusters: Hit-making, Risk-taking, and the Big Business of Entertainment," the Harvard Business School professor analyzes what YouTube's $300…
Who among us hasn't wanted to find a way to honor the spirit of "Porky's" and "Caligula" within the narrow confines of a broadcast-television drama? The CW may be on the verge of success.
ExecuTech: Sky-High Tech: Airlines Offering In-Flight Broadband, Aloha Tablets, Larger Seat-Back Screens, More
In the second half of 2014, Virgin America will become the first airline to use Gogo's upgraded in-flight Internet service.
The government will allow mobile devices to stay in the "on" position during an airplane's takeoff and landing, though still not to make phone calls, starting as early as next year.
Ralph Fiennes will be wearing several hats at this year's Hamptons film fest, appearing not only as a star and director, but also as a mentor to younger actors.
In a season of renewed cinematic creativity and vigor in American indie film, as evidenced by a wide array of titles both in and out of the Hamptons Intl. Film Fest, nowhere is that vitality more…
From the start, from its very name, TNT was designed to make a statement.
Last week's startling news that Focus Features was losing its leader, moving out of its New York headquarters and absorbing another indie distributor with a mandate to release movies that have a more…
Beer and spirits ads have long graced the airwaves, but these days some networks are serving drinks with a noticeable twist: beverages mixed into scripts and sets, or liquor ads that take an extra…