There is one area where both expansion and dilution are clearly having a deleterious effect — sports television.
Dick Vitale — ESPN’s hyperventilating, by-now-self-parodying college basketball analyst — offered a number of lucid points about how to improve the game in his weekend interview with the Wall Street…
The Kennedy Center has officially formed a search committee to fill the CEO role occupied for the past 12 years by Michael Kaiser, who will ankle at the end of his contract in December 2014.
Production sound mixer William John Daly, who worked in film and television for 40 years, helping to develop a key innovation in the field and earning credits on projects ranging from Oliver Stone's…
It may not be the fall's very first kudofest, but the Academy's Governors Awards ceremony Saturday night officially kicked Hollywood's awards season into high gear.
Though the Los Angeles streets were on lockdown due to President Obama's WeHo dinner Monday night, industry members still braved the traffic to attend the 27th annual Artios Awards at the BevHilton.
"Watchmen" is less a fully realized comicbook epic than a sturdy feat of dramatic compression.
Universal Pictures has made a splashy preemptive buy of "Moby Dick," a reimagining of the Herman Melville whale tale that Timur Bekmambetov ("Wanted") will direct.
Not so very long ago pantomime was part of every major comedian's repertoire. But in today's media-saturated world where low-attention-span consumers are bombarded by HD images and high-decibel…
First Look Studios has a new look. The indie banner, acquired last month by Avi Lerner's Nu Image/Millennium Films, has reorganized with Lerner and former First Look topper Henry Winterstern as…