AOL made an inauspicious debut on the New York Stock Exchange Thursday, its first day as a stand-alone public company since the 2001 merger with Time Warner.
Another high-profile British TV creative is quitting the U.K. to work in Los Angeles.
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The Mouse House has acquired teen surfer toon "Stoked" for its TV channels in Europe.
Argentina's Maiz Prods. has struck a two-pic co-production deal with Mexican production-distribution house Prods. Corazon.
Blighty's smallest terrestrial web, Five, is "a goner," according to its former chairman, Greg Dyke.
Slamdance's 2010 feature competition will serve up 10 narrative and eight documentary feature films.
Dougray Scott ("Hitman") will topline indie romantic fantasy "The Veil of Maya," with Dana Lustig directing.
"Glee" star Matthew Morrison was among those who did get a chance to meet President Obama last weekend at the Kennedy Center Honors, but he was in a Nazi uniform as part of the tribute to Mel Brooks…
As New Jersey considers a same-sex marriage law, with some long odds, Bruce Springsteen has thrown his support behind gay nuptials. In a posting on his website, he writes, "I've long believed in and…
What a difference a year makes. When Variety ran its Dealmakers Impact Report last September, the financial world was on the brink of collapse. This time around, it seems to be on the verge of…
As his visit to Copenhagen approaches, I had the chance to interview former Vice President Al Gore about so-called "climate-gate," i.e. the hacked e-mails that are giving climate change skeptics new…
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