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January 01, 1990 - January 28, 2013 + The Business
This week, Alan Arkin was nominated for an academy award for his first feature film in 1966. Forty years later, there's Oscar buzz about his...
It's a big-money edition of The Business. In a world where video-sharing site YouTube sells for $1.6 billion and Fox President Peter Chernin is paid...
Can Microsoft's new Zune media player challenge Apple's digital download hegemony? Plus, fear not! Jackass Number 2 isn't the end of cinema as we know...
TV soap operas known as telenovelas are wildly popular all over the world, but how will they play in English here in the States? Plus,...
A dozen reality TV producers go on strike and threaten to change the balance of power between all TV writers and the networks they work...
Ragin' Cajun James Carville comes to Hollywood to produce his first movie.
Snakes on a Plane generated more online attention than any movie since The Blair Witch Project. So why didn't that translate into huge box office? ...
This week, the few, the proud, the film composers.
The benefits and pitfalls of creative collaboration.
They used to go to movies. Now what are they doing?
The studio lions throw themselves to the Christians. We hear how -- and why -- in a conversation with Jonathan Bock, to the man...
The surprising start to a beautiful relationship between a TV network and a wildly popular home-video website.
We'll show you why some disaffected television writers are crashing the network-TV party and making their own TV pilots.
This week, it's horror and guns on The Business! Death rocker Rob Zombie gets another chance to freak out the MPAA with a remake...
Will slipping products into the storylines of your favorite TV programs save the networks or kill TV as we know it? We ask Madison Road...