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  • COLCOA French Film Festival Bows TV Competition

    PARIS- COLCOA, the L.A.-set French film festival, is kicking off a competition lineup dedicated to TV titles for its 19th edition. Backed by the Franco-American Cultural Fund (FACF) and promotion org TV France International, COLCOA Television will...
  • A Facebook TV Show? HLN Teams With Social-Media Giant On Pilot

    Facebook is trying its hand at TV, teaming with Time Warner's HLN network to produce a pilot for a series that will use the popular social network to find and tell interesting stories. "We don't and they don't want this to feel like 'The Facebook Show,'"...
  • Watch Heat games live on Fox Sports mobile app

    Watch Heat games live on Fox Sports mobile app
    Miami Heat fans can now watch the team on the go with a mobile app debuted this week by Fox Sports. The FOX Sports Go app makes it possible to get live-streaming video of the Heat in action whether out of town or if you go to the game. The app,...
  • No superheroes in 'The Interview' capitulation

    No superheroes in 'The Interview' capitulation
    The first issue of Captain America came out on Dec. 20, 1940. It shows Cap slugging Adolph Hitler in the mouth. Good stuff, but note the date. America wouldn't enter World War II for about another year. At the time, many Americans wanted to stay out...
  • Novogratzes roll from house flipping to TV shows to product design

    Novogratzes roll from house flipping to TV shows to product design
    Walking through the living room of their historic rental house near the Chateau Marmont, husband-and-wife designers Robert and Cortney Novogratz are excited to point out some of their latest creations. They start with a vintage-inspired black dining...
  • FCC Considers Extending Broader Pay TV Rules to OTT Providers

    The FCC is moving ahead with a formal consideration of the possibility of extending the pay TV regulations that govern MVPDs to over-the-top providers of linear channels. The commission on Friday issued a notice of proposed rulemaking for what it...
  • HBO to Stop Issuing Overnight TV Ratings in Favor of Live Plus 7

    HBO is making a statement with a policy shift as of Jan. 1 to issue only ratings from Nielsen's Live Plus 7 measure. That means no more next-day ratings report on HBO shows, at least not from HBO itself. The Live Plus Same Day numbers will still be...
  • Peter Debruge's Top 10 Films of 2014

    Tastes change. Not just those of the moviegoing public, who've gotten so wise to the sales pitches and story formulas that the town has had no choice but to adapt, propelling a self-aware superhero movie, "Guardians of the Galaxy," above the likes of...
  • Stephen Colbert departs, and his Nation mourns

    Stephen Colbert departs, and his Nation mourns
    Watching the first episode of "The Colbert Report," I remember thinking, He cannot possibly sustain this. Mine wasn't the early-days concern I have heard expressed most often as Stephen Colbert prepares to deliver his final "Colbert Report" Thursday:...
  • TV Ratings: 'Gotham' Viewership Doubles in 30-Day Ratings as Time-Shifting Diversifies

    Fox's latest 30-day ratings report tracks a predictable spike in time-shifted viewing of "Gotham" over the monthlong frame. But the numbers for Fox's multiplatform viewing report covering the season through Nov. 2 also indicate the growing diversity of...
  • Directors & Their Troops: Christopher Nolan on the 'Interstellar' Team

    Christopher Nolan's "Interstellar" is state of the art, yet old-fashioned: He filmed in L.A. as much as possible, prefers physical sets to greenscreen and watches the rushes in 35mm. Audiences like the results: The film has passed $620 million so far at...