In his response to your editorial (“Right talks talk,” letter, Daily Variety, Feb. 26), Matthew Duda claims that “unlike liberals, conservatives do not belittle others' views.” Well, apparently he…
It's not such a beautiful day in our neighborhood now that Fred Rogers has left us.
Phoenix Pictures has acquired feature rights to Troy Nixey's graphic novel "Trout," with Andrew Cosby, co-creator of UPN's "Haunted," onboard to pen the script.
The Writers Guild of Canada has blasted the Canadian government's recent decision to boost incentives for foreign producers while cutting its support of the Canadian Television Fund.
Telewest confirmed Tuesday that it has scrapped plans to sell off its programming business Flextech.
Despite Mayor Bloomberg's attempts to put a rosy tint on Gotham's production activity, film and television labor unions are growing increasingly anxious about the runaway production plague.
No more commuting for outgoing CNN topper Walter Isaacson. Though there were rumors in his hometown Bronxville, N.Y., that the new CEO of the Aspen Institute would be jumping back and forth to Foggy…
Frances Fisher has become the first SAG board member to come out against the proposed merger with AFTRA, citing heavy-handed campaign tactics by pro-merger forces.
Pan-Euro television network SBS Broadcasting sliced off a huge chunk of its losses and boosted net revenue by 6% last year as the 10-station necklace of channels saw positive operating income for the…
The State Dept.'s effort to convince overseas auds that America is the good guy took another hit Monday, with former Madison Avenue exec Charlotte Beers abruptly announcing she will ankle her gig as…