When Tina Fey accepted the Mark Twain Prize at the Kennedy Center last week, she got in a dig at her satirical alter ego, Sarah Palin, inferring that her success is a "disaster." But viewers who…
Film Movement has caught "Bad Day to Go Fishing," obtaining North American distribution to Uruguay's official selection for the Academy Awards.
Florida Gov. Charlie Crist, about to vacate his office after an unsuccessful campaign for Senate, says that he plans to recommend that late rock star Jim Morrison be pardoned for two convictions…
The Directors Guild of America has launched negotiations on a new master contract -- and expectations are that a deal will emerge that will include sweetened pension and health contributions.
Jon Stewart took on John McCain's shifting threshold for repealing "Don't Ask, Don't Tell," as well as his wife Cindy's flip-flop on the issue last week. The Daily Show With Jon Stewart Mon – Thurs…
Japan's Agency for Cultural Affairs has commissioned real estate giant Mori Building to serve as the hub of a new consortium for collecting and disseminating info about media arts, including toons…
David Young, co-founder of the U.K.'s 12 Yard and the man credited with creating hit quizshow "The Weakest Link," is leaving the company three years after it was acquired by commercial giant ITV.
Affordable housing and sound environmental practices can go hand in hand, judging from the efforts of the Producers Guild of America and the Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles.
Invoking Edward R. Murrow and Walter Cronkite to make his case, Keith Olbermann tonight devoted a "special comment" on "Countdown" to rebutting Ted Koppel's charge that his show reflected the "death…
Warner Music Group's stock climbed nearly 7% Monday after U.K. newspaper the Guardian said the company would make a $750 million bid for EMI Music's recorded music assets.
Distrib Zodiak Rights has inked a raft of sales on TV toon series "Atomic Betty" and "Street Football."