Why has our industry chosen to suffer the delusion that we don't know what a producer does?
Tuning In: As "Night at the Museum" races toward $240 million in U.S. receipts and "Norbit" packs in the box office poundage, TV programmers can only look forlorn and mutter, "What about us?"
Triple Academy Award-winner Ray Evans has died. The songwriting partner of the late Jay Livingston suffered a heart attack and died Thursday, 10:30 p.m. at UCLA emergency hospital. He was 92. His…
Violence on the Table: Networks are suing the government over its crackdown on broadcast indecency, but they may be facing a battle on another front. The FCC is about to issue a report that shows how…
They are ubiquitous. They are also vaguely ominous, hovering in the background at events with their dark suits and earplugs, badges pinned to their lapels.
When Al Gore announced the next chapter in his campaign against global warming, he stood on stage with Mana and Pharrell Williams, the latter dressed in a side-pitched ballcap, low-rider jeans and…
"It split the gay community," director Billy Friedkin recalls his 1980 Al Pacino starrer, "Cruising. " It’s coming out as a DVD from Warner Home Video this Fall with a premiere in Cannes. Friedkin…
Fox is showing some early love for "House" and "Bones," picking up both for next season. News is no surprise for "House," which will enter its fourth season this fall. Show, which launched to tepid…
From the Army Archerd Archive: The possibilities of tie votes in the Oscar Derby has the Academy alerted with sufficient statuettes tonight.
MSNBC is putting all its faith in Keith Olbermann, who has reupped in a deal that will give the "Countdown" host additional air time on NBC's "Nightly News" and will make him one of cable's…
California Factor: Sen. John McCain will be in Los Angeles next week to appear with Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to promote the governor’s climate change policies and how they can be taken national…