Revenues were down but TV audiences were up for Univision Communications, which posted a 2008 fourth-quarter net loss of $2.25 billion on Monday.
An arts community that's solidly enamored with the Obama administration -- except regarding one key point -- will descend on Washington today for the 22nd annual Arts Advocacy Day to promote policies…
Madison Avenue has received a slight shot of optimism about reaching a new deal with SAG and AFTRA.
Enraged by Silvio Berlusconi's culture cuts, Italy's performing arts community on Monday staged a "requiem for culture and Italian spectacle" in a Rome square with auteur Gianni Amelio and…
U.K. shingle Kudos, part of Elisabeth Murdoch's Shine stable, is seeking co-production funds for two high-profile shows aimed at the international market.
That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. A few quick hits around the Web this morning… Fox News launches opinion Website "Fox Nation." President Obama hates cable chatter, but his adviser…
With a slew of deals at the Mip TV programming mart in Cannes and a number of new pay TV channels ready to go on air, the Teutonic TV industry appears to be weathering the financial crisis better…
George Clooney's trip to the White House — the subject of my Politico column a few days back — generated a host of comments, the most passionate of which wondered why we're listening to celebrities…
CBS is promoting a colonoscopy sweepstakes in primetime. As part of its CBS Cares public service initiative, the network is offering a four-night stay in New York to one lucky winner. Oh -- and a…
A year after moving across town from City Hall into sparkling new Varick Street digs, public radio station WNYC is opening a live entertainment venue on the ground floor.
Madison Avenue's going down to the wire with SAG and AFTRA, as weekend talks continued ahead of Tuesday's contract expiration date.