Nic Robertson had blasted Fox News for a report that journalists were being used by the Libyan government as a human shield, preventing a British airstrike, but one of the reporters he targeted…
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has denied an effort to lift Prop 8 as the judicial battle over California's ban on same-sex marriage drags on. Plaintiffs, represented by Ted Olson and David Boies…
Updated: Elizabeth Taylor, who died this morning at 79, was, in the words of one writer, "the patron saint of AIDS." Following the death of her friend Rock Hudson in 1985, she was a critical voice in…
Warner Bros. Intl. Television Production has acquired worldwide format rights to reality skein "Flashback" from Dutch shingle BlazHoffski.
In the wake of Disney's non-opening for "Mars Needs Moms" in the U.S., the studio is now mulling its options in overseas markets, principally when -- and whether -- the toon will get international…
A Chinese opera-inflected version of "King Lear," Shanghai Peking Opera's take on Hamlet and a New York-originated stage adaptation of "The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle" are among the offerings on tap at…
Roel Vente has been named the head of the Dutch branch of Euro producing org Stage Entertainment.
The Monte-Carlo Television Festival, which runs June 6-10, unveiled the drama and comedy series nominations for the Golden Nymph Awards on Tuesday.
Mediaset, the broadcast group controlled by Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, released a solid set of numbers for 2010 on Tuesday.
Sirius XM has responded to Howard Stern's lawsuit, saying that it was "surprised and disappointed" that the shock jock brought legal action against the company for what he claims are unpaid bonuses.
The British Film Institute has appointed Heather Stewart to the newly created position of creative director of public program.