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  • Hollywood & 7th Avenue: A Rocky Love Affair

    For the last decade, celebrities have regularly replaced models on the covers of the style-centric monthlies. But Vogue's decision to feature three models on its September cover -- the fashion bible's most important issue of the year -- signals there's...
  • Home of the Day: The Redstone Property in Rancho Mirage

    Home of the Day: The Redstone Property in Rancho Mirage
    Grooved surfaces and floor-to-ceiling glass form the fabric of this angular compound set on more than 1 1/2  acres on the outskirts of Palm Springs in Rancho Mirage. Owned by Madeline Redstone, sister-in-law to media magnate Sumner Redstone, the...
  • CBS profit falls 7% in 2nd quarter with softer advertising sales

    Broadcasting giant CBS Corp. reported 7% lower second-quarter profit due to softer advertising sales, including at its marquee CBS broadcast network, and lower program licensing fees. For the quarter ended June 30, CBS reported net income of $439...
  • Paramount's thin film slate puts drag on Viacom profit

    Viacom is hoping some muscular turtles can stomp out the doldrums at its Paramount Pictures movie studio. Paramount this week releases the "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" movie, which comes on the heels of the studio's summer blockbuster, "Transformers:...
  • 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' Director: Megan Fox 'Brought a Lot of Herself to the Role'

    It was all about the cowabungas and pizza at the premiere of "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" at the Regency Village Theater in Los Angles on Sunday. Star Will Arnett said growing up it was his little brother who was more of a fan of the turtles. "I was...
  • Santa Monica's Blue Plate Oysterette Expands to Third St.

    Blue Plate Oysterette has been a favorite on Santa Monica's Ocean Avenue since it opened a few years ago. Now the Blue Plate empire has brought a taste of the sea to landlocked West Third Street. Blue-and-white-striped chairs freshen up the sidewalk...
  • Telefonica Charges Into Digital TV With Purchase of Canal Plus Spain

    Faced with a contracting telco market in Europe, Spain's Telefonica did what seems logical: It bought the country's largest pay-TV operator. Now the telephone and Internet giant can settle into what seems like a growth market -- content creation and...
  • Q&A: NPR President-CEO Jarl Mohn on News and Diversity

    Jarl Mohn, NPR's new president-CEO as of July 1, talked with Variety about the 44-year-old institution's expansion in both content and delivery. Will news remain NPR's foundation? So much commercial news and journalism has become ideological or...
  • Ivory Coast Animators Sketch Out Nascent Business Initiatives

    A year after the release of the country's first 3D animated feature, toonmakers in Ivory Coast are trying to build on the gains of an industry whose potential remains largely untapped. Lacking coin and -- in most cases -- formal training, the nation's...
  • International Star You Should Know: Khaled Nabaway

    CAREER BREAKTHROUGH Actor Khaled Nabawy's starring turn in the 1994 film "The Emigrant," the Egyptian equivalent of the biblical tale of Joseph, from auteur Youssef Chahine, put Nabawy on a larger stage, and has made him one of Egypt's best-known actors,...
  • Allison Janney Remembers Her First Mention in Variety

    The prestigious Williamstown Theatre Festival prides itself on discovering top talent, and in the summer of 1985, a tall, young actress arrived in Massachusetts ready to make her mark. Allison Janney's roles as "Woman #1" and "Man #3" in the festival's...