Once conceived as a utopian city-within-a-city with open public spaces, broad pedestrian boulevards and the best entertainment, dining and shopping in town, Century City -- once the home of the…
Cast members have come and gone, but after 16 seasons, the star of "Law & Order" remains the same: New York City. Exec producer Peter Jankowski credits commissioner Katherine Oliver and the MOFTB…
Police officer Brendan Divine checks the permits and facilitates the flow of midtown traffic as the crew moves a scrim frame a few yards down busy West 57th Street, where low-budget Italian-language…
Despite Gotham's production boom, some filmmakers still need a helping hand. Emboldened by the recent production influx, the Mayor's Office of Film, Theater and Broadcasting has supported various…
Business is booming in the Mayor's Office of Film, Theater and Broadcasting -- $600 million in new production last year, including jobs for 100,000 New Yorkers.
After steering clear of political controversy with 9/11 heroism tale “World Trade Center,” Oliver Stone and Paramount Pictures are venturing into edgier territory with “Jawbreaker.” Pic will focus on…
New York's indie filmmakers and labor unions are like Democrats and Republicans: They need each other to get the work done, but they don't always agree on how to complete it.
Nine Network owner Publishing & Broadcasting Ltd. has responded to rumors it's getting ready to sell its flagship web to foreign interests.
The controversy surrounding the dozen striking writers on the CW's "America's Next Top Model" has taken a bizarre turn. Flyers blasting CW prexy of entertainment Dawn Ostroff -- and giving her home…
NBC Universal had another rough quarter as a 10% dip in profit squeezed earnings at parent General Electric. The unit was one of GE's worst performing for the three months ended in September, while…
Free-to-air web the Nine Network goes to court Monday in a bid to stop startup media company IceTV from using its TiVo-style technology to block ads on free-to-air television.