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  • Faithful await Apple's vision

    Faithful await Apple's vision
    Apple Inc. had an incredible 2007. It launched the iPhone, saw a huge uptick in Macintosh computers sales and enjoyed the near doubling of its stock price. As people flock to the annual Macworld Conference & Expo here this week, one thing is less clear:...
  • Residual resentment slows Hollywood talks

    As a young writer, Marc Cherry found early success on NBC's hit show "The Golden Girls," then toiled in obscurity for the next 12 years. Two shows he created for Fox and CBS were canceled. None of the TV pilots he developed clicked. In debt $30,000, he...
  • Feds aid viewers' move to digital

    The federal government doesn't usually give things away, but starting Tuesday broadcast TV watchers can apply for a gift that could keep their sets from going dark in 2009. Via a toll-free hotline and a website, the Commerce Department will begin...
  • Writers bring their drama to Wall Street

    Striking TV and movie writers chose Wall Street as a symbolic backdrop Tuesday for their demand for a bigger slice of the new-media pie. Their argument in a nutshell: Entertainment companies brag to the investment community that the Internet is a growing...
  • What's making writers and studios so nervous

    What's making writers and studios so nervous
    Damon Lindelof got a sobering glimpse of his future as a television writer two years ago as he strolled through the Grove shopping plaza in Los Angeles. Hanging in the window of the Apple store was a gigantic poster for "Lost," the hit ABC show on...
  • Digital media won't be a sideshow in the future

    Today's puny sales of movie and TV downloads makes one wonder: Why are striking members of the Writers Guild of America so intent on getting a cut of Internet profits? Only about $20 million worth of movies were sold online last year, according to...
  • DVD format war appears to be over

    DVD format war appears to be over
    The fuzzy future of high-definition DVD came into sharper focus Friday after Warner Bros. said it would release movies for the home video market exclusively on the Blu-ray disc format. The decision, announced on the eve of the influential Consumer...
  • They're doing it Frank Sinatra's way

    They're doing it Frank Sinatra's way
    Anew era is beginning in the career of Frank Sinatra even if the Chairman of the Board isn't here to participate. The iconic singer died May 14, 1998, and the 10th anniversary is being marked with a flurry of activity, including a new U.S. postage...
  • 10 things you didn't know about David Duchovny

    David Duchovny, currently starring on Showtime's "Californication" but best known for his portrayal of smoldering Fox Mulder on "The X-Files," has so much to promote right now! We spoke to him in honor of the DVD release of the film "The TV Set," in...
  • Oprah's couch is safe: Cruise more subdued

    Oprah's couch is safe: Cruise more subdued
    Tom Cruise didn't jump on Oprah Winfrey's couch this time. The actor was in Chicago on Thursday to tape an episode of "The Oprah Winfrey Show," a tribute to his showbiz career that took off 25 years ago when he danced in his underwear in "Risky Business....
  • One of the original Florida Highwaymen to highlight Cedar Key arts fest

    One of the original Florida Highwaymen to highlight Cedar Key arts fest
    The 46th annual Old Florida Celebration of the Arts will once again be consuming downtown Cedar Key in late April. This year, R. L. Lewis, one of the original Florida Highwaymen, will be displaying his work and Tony's Seafood Restaurant will be filling...