Drama has never been central to "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory." Roald Dahl's story and the two so-so movie versions used vivid prose or super-saturated-color visuals to disguise the lack of…
Richard Crudo was elected by the American Society of Cinematographers' board of governers to serve a fourth one-year term for the 94-year-old, invite-only organization. He previously served in the…
It's a startup production venture that operates like a technology incubator. Glass Elevator Media, launched early last year by biz vet Adrienne Becker with backing from private investors, is starting…
Choreographers on today's reality and scripted TV shows are always on the lookout for new methods to reach their audience and top the numbers they staged last season. They're also often tasked with…
With as many of the top scripted series among adults 18-49 as its three rivals combined, the Eye captured the season that ended May 22 in primetime's most important demo -- its first such triumph in…
Directed by Joss Whedon and starring Clark Gregg, Ming-Na Wen, Brett Dalton and Chloe Benett, "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." premieres this fall on ABC.
CBS has stocked up on four comedies for the 2013-14 season, including a new entry from Chuck Lorre and a domestic vehicle from Greg Garcia. The Eye also picked up two dramas. CBS has a number of…
MTV could be the latest net to head to the kitchen with its reality fare. A casting call has gone out for a food competition show titled “Food School” for MTV. Email states that the cabler and…
BBC World News, the pubcaster's 24-hour global news web, has begun broadcasting from its new home -- the hi-tech hub of New Broadcasting House.
No year-end retrospective is complete without a list of significant events. But when it comes to the busy intersection of TV and digital media, 2012 may have been defined best by what didn't happen.