I've been neglectful of doing a daily recap and roundup this week — I just finished a project — but here's a few quick hits of stories of interest: GlaxoSmithKline, promoting a new weight loss drug…
There already are a bevy of books chronicling the 2008 presidential election, but the one that has drawn particular attention is "Game Change," not just because it comes from two of the most plugged…
The new chairman of ITV, Archie Norman, has said he wants the broadcaster to be "a very different business in three years' time."
A panel charged with finding new ways for France to improve legal access to content online has recommended taxing Internet advertising in order to fund its proposals.
Indian conglom Reliance MediaWorks has acquired London-based facilities house iLab U.K.
Beyonce performs at a St. Barts New Year's Eve bash underwritten by Hannibal Gaddafi, the son of Libyan leader Moammar Gaddafi. Also present: Jay Z, Lindsay Lohan, Russell Simmons, Usher and Jon Bon…
Here's my story, after the jump, for the print version of Variety on the plans for TV coverage of the Prop 8 trial.
Warner Bros. has acquired remake rights to the Chan-Wook Park-directed Korean film "Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance."
James Franco will scale a mountain for Danny Boyle and Fox Searchlight.
Saoirse Ronan will reteam with "Atonement" helmer Joe Wright in Focus Features' "Hanna."