The battle-strewn road to Baghdad has been as much a test for the media as for the U.S. military. For the first time ever, journalists -- a stunning 600 plus -- accepted the Pentagon's invite to…
When it comes to formats, anything out-of-body, out-of-mind or even out-of-this-world is grabbing audiences in Scandinavia.
The pacing wasn't as tight as the Gulf War. There were no wrenching revelations as in Vietnam, nor third-act theatrics as in Korea.
Talk about stirring the pot. Rupert Murdoch's latest deal has cablers, content rivals and public advocates running scared, even as some financial analysts slam the merger as too risky and too late.
NAB, the annual Las Vegas broadcasting confab, has become ever more tech-heavy, this year showcasing trends and products likely to shape Hollywood in coming years.
It's more than 70 years since Guy Burgess, Donald Maclean, Kim Philby and Anthony Blunt -- the four most notorious British traitors of the Cold War -- first met and plotted as undergraduates at…
The cost of Melbourne's first purpose-built film and TV studio complex has escalated to about $A200 million ($120 million) from the initial $66 million budget.
Gallic broadcaster TF1 is doing its bit to restore harmony among divided European nations with its new reality format.
Leo Kirch may be down, but he's certainly not out. The Teuton mogul has been fighting embezzlement charges and witnessing the depletion of his personal coffers while U.S. producer Haim Saban picks up…
Has NBC's "Ed" rolled its last frame? The light-hearted drama about a small-town lawyer and his bowling alley wrapped its third season April 11, and now awaits word whether it will return in the fall.