That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. A few items of interest that I never got to this summer week… Glenn Beck topped even himself in hysterics. Why is the RIAA offering its office…
The DGA has told SAG president Alan Rosenberg to shut up and go away.
There's something a bit bizarre about a new ad that will start airing this weekend. It's the return of "Harry and Louise," the couple that the health insurance lobby featured in an ad blitz ($14…
Google topper Eric Schmidt will be the key attraction at this fall's Royal Television Society Cambridge Convention.
NBC has posted Al Franken's first stint at Senate questioning at a confirmation hearing — from a 1991 "Saturday Night Live" spoof on the Clarence Thomas-Anita Hill fracas. It was pretty hilarious…
"Dragon Quest IX," the ninth version of the iconic vidgame published by Square Enix, has sold a boffo 3 million units in four days in Japan.
ITV Global Entertainment has launched its general entertainment channel for Asia, Granada TV, on the SingTel mio TV platform in Singapore.
The ITV gameshow "Color of Money," which failed to live up to its hype as a successor to "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" in the U.K., will be revived for audiences in Italy.
A 60-strong delegation of Hong Kong's top filmmakers visited Beijing this week to announce a promotion plan and bow a raft of projects.
That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. Sen. Tom Coburn (R-Okla.) took some heat for his Ricky Ricardo quote at Sonia Sotomayor's confirmation hearing on Wednesday. The coment was made in…
"Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince" bowed in Japan on Wednesday with $3.57 million on 840 screens — besting "War of the Worlds" for the biggest-ever Wednesday opening.