The Canadian broadcasters and program sellers don't think of NATPE as being in the same league as the Mip marts or the L.A. Screenings in terms of either buying or selling. But they still make the…
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Cable reruns are going to be all over the place at NATPE. Two of the most visible cable half-hours -- Warner Bros.' "Sex and the City" and Debmar 's "South Park" -- have already cleared a good…
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Tad Smith, president of Reed Business Information's media division, will add the title of executive VP of RBI-U.S. and assume, in addition to his current responsibilities, leadership accountability…
Writer-director Tim Kirkman's first fiction feature is a respectably crafted, earnest ensemble drama about various communities and chronologies in 2000 North Carolina. Still, its telepic feel and…
"Forty Shades of Blue" is a muted but nicely observed study of a Russian woman's gradual estrangement from her domineering Memphis music-legend husband. This long-awaited second feature from Ira…
NBC Universal TV Group prexy Jeff Zucker Friday acknowledged the Peacock could go from first to worst in the ratings this season, but predicted the net is nonetheless "headed for another very good…
"Closer" is resonating much better in Europe than in the U.S., typified by its lusty weekend openings in France and Spain plus U.K. holdover biz, while Japanese auds embraced "Ocean's Twelve" and…
A gaggle of firstrun strip projects will hit the floor of NATPE Tuesday in hopes of becoming the next syndie sensation.