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January 01, 1990 - February 22, 2012 + The Business
Are Hollywood celebrities irrelevant in an election when their candidate's a star? Plus, mommy and me go to the movies.
Hollywood's been sniffing around Atlas Shrugged since Ayn Rand published it in 1957. So why hasn't it been made into a movie? We talk to...
We revisit our conversation on Hollywood assistants, with authors Peter Nowalk and Hillary Stamm. Plus, how does a studio spend $100 million on a movie...
Hollywood's studios are slashing producer deals in record numbers. What are these producer pacts? What does it all mean for the kinds of movies that we'll be...
This week on The Business, six degrees of celebrity philanthropy with, of course, Kevin Bacon - actor, musician and on-line philanthropist.
We talk to Shelley Billik, the Vice President of Environmental Initiatives at Warner Bros. Entertainment. She's spent the last sixteen years explaining to the industry...
Dennis Palumbo, screenwriter turned psychologist, puts Hollywood on the couch.
SAG and the producers are at an impasse, so what happens next? Plus, what happens when the mavens of Mumblecore go Hollywood?
From Hannah Montana to High School Musical, we look at Disney's teen green-making machine.
AFTRA approves their deal with producers...and SAG goes back to the negotiating table. Is peace at hand in Hollywood?
This special edition of The Business features a rare head-to-head conversation about future of acting with the dueling presidents of SAG and AFTRA. It's the first time...
Do sky-high gas prices mean boffo box office? Plus, first there was the writers' strike and now there's strike TV. Plus, the Zen of making...
The two-way street between American television and British telly. We talk to TV producer extraordinaire Caryn Mandabach about her dealings across the pond. Plus, last...
A makeover at MySpace continues to transform Hollywood into your space. We chat with MySpace CEO Chris DeWolfe. Plus SAG and AFTRA's battle over the...
How will rating ads instead of programs change what you see on your TV? Plus, whether or not to shoot a scene often depends on...