The Writers Guild of America West has tapped 20 writers for its two-year-old Writer Access Project, designed to increase access to TV jobs for groups that have been historically underemployed.
Gordon Smith, the former Oregon senator who is now the head of the National Assn. of Broadcasters, undoubtedly has injected no-holds barred rhetoric into some of the more contentious debates raging…
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Once again, John McCain proves that the key to a successful Web ad is strange. It does help when you have an opponent who practically begs for such a response.
Gallic multiplex chain Gaumont Pathe will add four digital Imax screens to its Europalaces theaters under a deal inked Tuesday.
British chef Jamie Oliver is back on the global menu in Latin America and heading to Denmark for the first time.
Granada Germany, part of ITV Studios, has been commissioned by RTL Germany to develop three original scripted projects for the web.
"Steven Seagal Lawman," the hit A&E Network reality skein, is proving arrestingly popular in Europe.
Aruna Media and 3D technology provider Sensio announced Tuesday they are teaming up to telecast this summer's World Cup soccer tournament in 3D to stadiums and cinemas around the world.
When the dust settled on Monday, Warner Bros.' 3D epic "Clash of the Titans" won.
Don't expect "Damages" to return to FX next season. Or anywhere else.
The Tribune Co. filed a bankruptcy reorganization plan Monday.