The latest crisis in Syria has brought to the fore a new calls for American isolationism, but earlier this week a prominent D.C. organization brought Gen. George Casey to a gathering of entertainment…
Foreign Policy Roundtable
As President Obama makes his rounds on major news nets to plead his case for limited military action against Syria, CBS and PBS may have landed the biggest interview in the hotly-contested…
As Fox News Channel’s “The Five” turns two today, it has some ratings news to help stoke the celebration. The late-afternoon talkshow, on which five panelists examine the top news, controversies and…
A top Google official met last week with select Hollywood execs for a broad-ranging conversation that touched on a touchy subject: piracy. The off-the-record meeting was by no means an official…
The administrator of the federal government's foreign aid program asked entertainment industry professionals for ideas about how to shift perceptions of the country's humanitarian programs, often…
Martin Indyk, former U.S. ambassador to Israel who now heads the foreign policy program at the Brookings Institution, will appear with The Atlantic's Jeffrey Goldberg at the Foreign Policy Roundtable'…
Homegrown titles vie with Hollywood to satisfy region's 'curiosity for cinema'
The Weinstein brothers would have liked to reclaim the entire Miramax library, but for now, the Weinstein Co. will be able to mine 10 Miramax titles for sequel potential.
Feature rights to John Steinbeck's "The Acts of King Arthur and his Noble Knights" have been acquired by Troika Pictures, the production/financing shingle headed by Robert L. Stein and Michael A…
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