Veteran producer-author Frank Beddor, whose credits date back to “There’s Something About Mary,” has launched Automatic Publishing and is developing a quartet of film, TV and theater projects…
Not many things can unite Broadway and non-profit theaters with major league sports and mega-churches. But they're all part of the posse that has banded together for "Pardon the Interruption," a…
After the "Kon-Tiki" directors fell off the Legendary project, "Spectral," to focus their efforts on "Pirates of the Caribbean 5," Legendary has acted fast in finding its replacement to helm its…
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The sales bounty is coming as the government embarks on an ambitious but untested plan to entice flailing stations to put their spectrum up for auction.
Broadcasters are warning that the complexities involved in rejiggering the channel lineup to prepare for a wireless future should not be rushed, suggesting that the FCC's 2014 timetable for…
In his appreciative introduction of FCC chairman Julius Genachowski at the Consumer Electronics Show Wednesday, Consumer Electronics Assn. topper Gary Shapiro dubbed Genachowski "the Spectrum…
Dish Network shares rose in early trading Wednesday after the FCC on Tuesday night formally cleared it to use spectrum for a terrestrial cellphone network, a move that could transform the satcaster…
The FCC has approved Verizon Wireless' deal with a clutch of major cable operators to purchase spectrum rights. The approval greenlights transactions that have generated concerns for its impact on…
Those who grouse about the lack of progressive jazz at the Playboy Jazz Festival got their long-sought reward at the end of a long day on Sunday night when Spectrum Road took the stage.
FCC chairman Julius Genachowski said the agency is forming a task force to implement its plan to auction off broadcast spectrum for wireless use.
From Tom Stern's bloodless, monochromatic palette on Clint Eastwood's "J. Edgar" to Janusz Kaminski's vibrant, painterly images in Steven Spielberg's "War Horse," filmmakers took radically different…