Just as Ronald Reagan honed his skills as "the great communicator" by entering the Oval Office by way of Hollywood, Robert Evans got a taste of what it might have been like to run a studio by playing…
Amid the flash and splash of the guild wars, one of the seemingly quietest organizations is the Producers Guild of America.
Coming soon to DVD: "The Greatest '70s Cop Shows." Premiering on May 6, the disc features the debut episodes of "Charlie's Angels," "Starsky and Hutch," "S.W.A.T.," "Police Woman" and "The Rookies."…
DVD distrib shingle Anchor Bay Entertainment has bought the homevid rights to syndie sensations "Xena: Warrior Princess" and "Hercules: The Legendary Journeys."
Undeterred by failure during the last congressional session, backers of anti-runaway production legislation have re-introduced a tax credit bill aimed at productions under $10 million.
Foreign production continued to make up the lion's share of TV and film activity in Canada's largest province in 2002, this year swelling to a whopping 61% of the industry in Ontario.
Showtime PPV is making its annual push for pay-per-view and video-on-demand services, reporting record revs in 2002 -- driven mostly by increased rentals of theatrical movies and pornos. But even a…
Soldiers from the Greatest Generation were entertained by the likes of Bob Hope. Today's troops get porn stars.
The Producers Guild of America is launching an aggressive East Coast recruitment drive to significantly expand the 52-year-old organization's membership base and boost its clout with broadcasters.
In a season where the ratings races could be busted wide open by smash reality hits, there's no network with a greater potential to jump from outhouse to penthouse faster than Fox.
"The Pulse" is about to quicken. A mere blip during its eight-week run last summer, the Fox News magazine is getting a permanent spot on the Fox broadcast net on ultra-competitive Thursday night.