As the fragile cease-fire in Lebanon continues to hold, and attention turns to the rebuilding process, TV execs in the battered country are weighing the damage to country's media biz.
Khandi Alexander What’s your favorite thing to do in Miami? “Walking along the beach. I like the fact that it feels so multicultural. With all these different cultures, it reminds me of New York by…
Bringing in feature-film-quality visual effects on a television production timetable and budget is never easy, but "CSI: Miami" has found a fresh way to make it happen.
To get the TV production low-down from higher-ups like Steven Bochco, Jerry Bruckheimer, Stephen J. Cannell, David E. Kelley, David Milch, Darren Star and John Wells would cost a hefty tuition in any…
When it comes to romance, "CSI: Miami's" Horatio Caine (David Caruso) may be one of the unluckiest men on television. Yet while the show's lead character can't seem to catch a break, "CSI: Miami's"…
When it first appeared as the Arab world's inaugural privately owned, free-to-air pan-regional satcaster in September 1991, the Saudi owners of Middle East Broadcasting (MBC) could have hardly…
His flaming red hair exploded off of every newspaper and magazine cover in 1993, when David Caruso was the breakout star of the new TV season in the ABC cop drama "NYPD Blue."
Once the undisputed center of Arab production, Egypt's TV industry has suffered of late from cumbersome bureaucracy, overstaffing and continued state meddling. The Egyptian Radio and Television Union…
Creator Anthony Zuiker was meeting with producer Jerry Bruckheimer and CBS topper Les Moonves, all glowing over the success of "CSI," but, also, pondering how to expand the franchise beyond its…
Columbia Pictures made headlines last week when it disgorged 500 movies from its 4,000-title library in one eye-opening seven-year deal with Starz and Encore's 16 pay-TV networks.
Sony Pictures TV has engineered a whopping library deal with John Malone's Starz Entertainment, selling more than 500 movies for about $100 million in a seven-year window, beginning in 2008.