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January 01, 1990 - July 06, 2013 + The Business
The digital revolution is causing an extreme make-over for the entertainment industry, but will the patient end up looking like The Swan or Joan Rivers?
The director of Syriana reveals the indignities of the press junket. Plus, a new computer model promises to predict how Hollywood movies will do at...
A look at how the studios can turn a movie that grosses $100 million into a net loser. Plus, a studio marketing executive reveals...
A look at the Hollywood year that was with Tim Gray, the editor of Variety.
It's homeless for the holidays when the Hollywood dream hasn't yet come true.
This week on The Business, NBC's the latest TV network to announce digital downloads. [Triumph the Insult Comic Dog has been number one. ...
We go on set to answer the question: What the hell does the First Assistant Director do? Then, 'tis the season for hollywood gifting.
The XBox 360 has gamers drooling, but executives at the studios, record labels and TV networks are reaching for the Pepto. Should Hollywood be afraid...
The people behind Blue Collar Comedy and art films like Northfork have more in common than you might think.
It's the little project that could [...it was an unstoppable train, it was just moving towards the finish line at great speed, but then...
This week, we get bizzay on The Business when we talk to the director of Pirates, the most expensive adult film ever made.
LA Times and Morning Edition film critic Ken Turan talks about why the best films are never coming to a theater near you. Then, the...
The red carpet is the height of glamour for the movie-going public, but it can be a nightmare for the press and the stars. ...
When Speilberg, Katzenberg and Geffen created DreamWorks in 1994, it was the biggest thing to hit Hollywood since the talkies, but has the dream turned...
As the fall TV season begins, we look at the weird science behind television programming. We'll talk to an actor whose show already got...