Updated That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. President Obama's second primetime press conference drew 31.1 million viewers across all four broadcast networks, down 2 million from his…
President Obama is spotlighting the arts and culture — high and low — but does it look frivolous in a time of lost jobs and shattered dreams? Our guest is Leonard J. Aube, executive director of the…
Manuel Cristobal's shingle Perro Verde is set to produce Paco Roca's graphic novel "Arrugas" as a feature-length toon, one of the first forays into the genre in Spain.
Nickelodeon will ask kids to unplug their games and gadgets for a minute on Earth Day to symbolize a commitment to helping the environment.
Former Broadway producers Garth Drabinsky and Myron Gottlieb, founders of the once-thriving theater company Livent, were both found guilty of two counts of fraud and one count of forgery in a Toronto…
Mike McCurry, President Clinton's press secretary, thinks that President Obama's press conference may have been his last "freebie," where the networks agree to give up their revenue-generating time…
Alexandra Pelosi e-mails about the Supreme Court's oral arguments over David Bossie's "Hillary: The Movie" documentary. "What bothers me about this is — nobody heard of this movie until today, and…
SAG hardliners are calling on the federal government to investigate the alleged antitrust practices of entertainment industry congloms.
"Texas is going through an interesting period now," says AFI Dallas artistic director Michael Cain as he prepares to launch the festival's third edition, which runs March 26 through April 2.
Madison Avenue still faces the threat of an actors strike against commercial producers, but for now SAG and AFTRA are putting the breaks on their plan to seek a strike authorization vote from members.
There's finally a thaw in the cold war between the two television academies.