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January 01, 1990 - October 08, 2012 + The Business
An unusually candid conversation about race and writing for movies and television. Then, the new Writers Guild report on how white the writer's room remains.
The record industry is dead. Long live the record industry! Then, a new movie studio is born. Finally, we look at what makes the Los...
Is Spider-Man 3 the most expensive movie ever made? And why should we care? Plus, life's a pitch, and then you write...
Is that laughter coming from your television fresh or canned? We talk to Chuck Lorre, creator of some of the most popular sitcoms in TV...
We use the funny new feature film, The TV Set, to show how real television pilots fight their way to the little screen. Plus, a...
For the past 30 years, Stan Winston's Studio has built some of the scariest and most memorable film effects by hand. But are digital effects...
HBO's hit show Entourage goes deep inside the business of show business. This week, we go deep inside Entourage with the show's creator, Doug Ellin.
The Television Academy changes its Emmy rules to make them more fair--and less embarrassing. Also, so you think you've got the pipes to make a bundle voicing...
The Swifty Lazar of kid's agents shares horror stories of Mafia moms, Clearasil emergencies and casting for the role of the 'chubby kid.' Then, what...
A wave of Wall Street money washes into Hollywood, but will the investors be taken to the cleaners? Then, one man from the street puts...
We go to Threat Level Red as we look at filming abroad in a time of terrorism and political unrest.
Hollywood's littered with rich guys who've thought they could beat the game, but is producer Bob Yari the mark or the hustler?
What do you do when your venerable music festival is in trouble? You turn Ozzfest into Freefest!
How does Hollywood rank on the global trust barometer? Also, everyone -- in Hollywood -- hates novelist Chris Moore, and the seventh conversation in our...
Mr. Hollywood goes to Washington to launch a major charm offensive. Plus, the sixth conversation in our series on the business of writing.