TV Challenges in Focus Again as Hollywood Giants Report Earnings
Box-office revenue was strong in the second quarter, but TV ratings and advertising trends remained challenged.
BBC Worldwide Strikes First India VOD Deal
The pact with Tata Sky covers such shows as 'Luther' and 'The Honorable Woman.'
Time Inc. CEO Confident in "Return to Growth"
More than a year after the company's spin-off from Time Warner, Joe Ripp touts "our plan to fundamentally reengineer the business."
Kobe Bryant, China's Alibaba Team on 'Muse' Documentary
Bryant, Alibaba and Sina will also team up on branded products for online platforms.
India Blocks Porn Sites, Sparking Censorship Debate
Calling online porn "a social nuisance," the government blocks more than 850 sites in the first crackdown of its kind in India.
AT&T to Launch TV, Wireless Service Package
The news comes after the telecom giant recently completed its acquisition of satellite TV powerhouse DirecTV.
- Russia's Lenfilm Studio Launches Distribution Division
- 'Pirates of the Caribbean' Writer Sued For Commission By Former Manager
- DirecTV Roasted for Bringing "Cookie-Cutter" Piracy Lawsuit
- Universal Sued for "Secretly" Distributing Children's Film Overseas
- 'Law & Order' Director Jace Alexander Resigns as DGA VP in Wake of Child Porn Arrest
- 'Dungeons & Dragons' Legal Settlement Paves Way for New Movie
'Pirates of the Caribbean' Writer Sued For Commission By Former Manager
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‘Difficult People’: TV Review
A little bitterness goes a long way in Hulu’s new series about two catty Manhattan comics.
'Job or No Job': TV Review
Twenty-somethings interview for their dream job in this new reality series from the executive producer of 'Undercover Boss.'
'Drishyam': Film Review
Nishikant Kamat's thriller portrays a decent man pushed to the limit by corruption and crime.
'Significant Mother': TV Review
A disposable CW summer series does its best to milk laughs from a stale mother-loving premise.
‘Ricki and the Flash’: Film Review
Meryl Streep rocks out as a bar-band musician who’s forced to confront the family she left behind in Jonathan Demme's new film.