"Survivor" has been on the air for 13 years, its 400th episode kicks off the 27th season tonight.
Mark Steines, now co-host of Hallmark Channel's "Home & Family," admits he had no inkling that Burnett was destined to lead the charge on the contemporary wave of reality programming.
After shaking up TV's status quo with groundbreaking reality hits, Mark Burnett now has his eye on bigger and bolder productions. Fueled by faith, family and the financial muscle of Hearst Corp., the…
Mark Burnett's One Three Media is run like a family business — albeit one with a well-heeled new member in Hearst Corp.
As a young man in the British Army, Mark Burnett learned a lot about leadership by training with a career U.S. Army officer from Texas named William "Buck" Kernan.
Is there such a thing as too much awards buzz? That's a question worth asking as this year's awards chatter emanating from Cannes, Venice and Telluride has reached an ear-splitting, all-time high…
Entrusted with delivering both an eight-hour TV miniseries and a feature film in "1864," the most expensive Danish production ever, one can forgive director Ole Bornedal for wishing at the time that…
While Apple isn't tipping its hand as to what new products will be unveiled at a Sept. 10 press conference, there's renewed speculation that we could see either an upgrade to the company's settop TV…
The reaction across the globe to Russia's anti-gay laws has been vocal and swift, but Anton Krasovsky's experience offers insight into an issue that will most likely play out across the world's media…
When director J.J. Abrams yells "Action!" on the first new "Star Wars" film in almost a decade, it will be on a location or soundstage far, far from Abrams' home base of Los Angeles.
Exhibitors opted not to open John Abraham starrer “Madras Cafe” in several cities in India and the U.K. on Friday, fearing violence from activists protesting the film. Tamils who feel an affinity…