The BBC is poised to cut its spending on U.S. shows by up to a third and drastically scale back its online presence.
Til Schweiger could be making his Stateside directorial debut with the U.S. remake of his hit German romantic comedy "Rabbit Without Ears."
Comic-Con is bursting at the seams, with four-day tickets selling out 10 months before the confab and discussions increasing over relocation to a bigger site.
Hong Kong Filmart attracts 175 delegates so far for inaugural Asian Side of the documentary event.
The U.S. District Court in San Francisco is once again raising the propsect of televised coverage of civil non jury trials, which could clear the way for cameras at closing arguments in the Prop 8…
Variety's Paul Harris has more on the hearings on Capitol Hill today, including Maxine Waters chiding Jeff Zucker on the lack of diversity on NBC. From what I saw of it, the hearings actually seemed…
"I had this thing I had to do," President Obama said to a crowd's laughs in the East Room at the early evening cermony for recipients of the National Medal of the Arts and the National Humanities…
The Producers Guild of America's Produced By Conference has been skedded for June 4-6 at 20th Century Fox Studios.
That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. Time's James Poniewozik writes that "Family Guy" bested Sarah Palin after she attacked the show for its depiction of a character with Down's…
"We have real serious problems in American now," says Jones.
Have minority representations improved?