John Malone, the once and possible future titan of the U.S. cable biz, believes that Time Warner Cable — a company he's harbored an interest in buying — is in a position to snap up other cable…
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WASHINGTON — Soaring TV programming costs — combined with a slowly shrinking base of video subscribers — could drive a new wave of cable operator mergers, according to a panel of Wall Street…
Subscriber declines don't matter much when those who stick around pay more than ever. But how much longer can these companies continue to defy gravity?
Although Showtime vaulted into rarefied air with its Emmy win for “Homeland,” the channel continues to offer a spate of shows that clearly have admirers and boast billboard-worthy stars but amount to…
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Brittany Snow and Jeffrey Combs are toplining indie drama "Would You Rather" with Periscope Entertainment topper David Guy Levy directing.
A full year after it was initially floated as a hot fest prospect, Terrence Malick's "The Tree of Life" is set to make its world premiere in May at the Cannes Film Festival.
The South by Southwest Film Conference and Festival has unveiled its completed features lineup -- consisting of 130 films -- for the festival on March 11-19 in Austin.
They say Hollywood is full of egos, but David Guy Levy hasn't gotten that memo.
Derek Waters, who's behind the "Funny or Die" Web series "Drunk History," has partnered with thesp Michael Cera and scribe Emily Kapnek to develop a comedy for FX.
This inert revival of Eugene O'Neill's 1931 "Oresteia" update is a production so static and misdirected you start glancing around half-expecting the audience to mutiny.
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