Told entirely in his own words during a relaxed, comfortable chat with critic and film historian Richard Schickel, "Spielberg on Spielberg" continues the Turner Classic Movies practice of pairing…
Good news for fans of long-form journalism. PBS’ "Frontline" has bagged a $5 million grant from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. "Frontline" exec producer David Fanning says the…
Discop, the content market focused on Central and Eastern Europe, has reported record attendance, with numbers up a whopping 38% over the previous year.
The "chefs" are tasked with catering a wedding reception in "Hell's Kitchen." I've never understood the desire to wed on television but as far as bad ideas go, having this group in charge of your…
Anchoring Hallmark's "Western Month," "Avenging Angel" feels less written than simply stitched together from pieces of classic oaters, without stretching much meat over those old bones. As a…
Will H. Schaefer, a composer whose music accompanied hit television shows such as "I Dream of Jeannie" and "The Flintstones," has died in California, a family friend said Wednesday. He was 78.
An altruistic message hangs like an enormous green banner over the Live Earth concerts set to unfold this weekend across six continents, but for the Web giants who are beaming the 24-hour event…
Deutsche Bank may have turned the tables on former media tycoon Leo Kirch and his $2 billion lawsuit against the financial institution.
A day after completing its takeover of pan-European TV group SBS Broadcasting, ProSiebenSat 1 has added Austrian free TV channel Puls TV to its growing list of continental outlets.
Why were we not surprised that Kenny would be the one to be most excited about the horror assignment on this week's episode of "On the Lot?" "I'm ready to get bloody, bro," Kenny said to no one in…
Blighty's Alchemy Television and Italy's Lux Vide are in advanced negotiations with the BBC on "War and Peace," the Lux-produced mega skein that world preems Friday at the RomaFictionFest.