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  • 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...
  • Newport News cartographer maps fictional island from 'Lost' television series

    Newport News cartographer maps fictional island from 'Lost' television series
    Of all the passions in his life, two have overtaken Jonah Adkins in recent years: Maps and the television series " Lost." The Newport News cartographer earns his living charting out territory for the Army, but he's found a way to make money on his...
  • Melrose Place: "Still the most scandalous address in West Hollywood"

    Melrose Place: "Still the most scandalous address in West Hollywood"
    You say Melrose, we start salivating for scandal. The actors and producers of the show are happy to encourage this -- and gave us plenty of scoops when they met the press in Pasadena. Here's what we can expect when the reboot hits the air in September:...
  • The Cleveland Show Cast Speaks

    The Cleveland Show Cast Speaks
    The cast of The Cleveland Show spilled on what's coming up and gave the crowd a special shout out -- by using the attendees as a cautionary tale for Cleveland Jr. Thanks? The Cleveland Show hasn't hit screens yet, but "in a gesture of almost...
  • 'Paul Blart: Mall Cop'

    He had proven his track record on television in "The King of Queens," but Kevin James scored a major movie hit with this comedy about ... well, a mall cop. Hoping to become a full-fledged policeman, Blart takes a job as a shopping-center security guard,...
  • 'Peyton Place: Part One'

    After Grace Metalious' racy best seller had yielded two hit movies, it went on to revolutionize television on the mid-1960s as a prime-time ABC serial with (initially) twice-weekly airings. Dorothy Malone was the centerpiece of the ensemble cast as New...
  • 'True Blood: The Complete First Season'

    After giving HBO one of its most successful series with "Six Feet Under," producer Alan Ball struck again with this very adult saga based on a series of books by Charlaine Harris. Anna Paquin won a Golden Globe Award as Sookie Stackhouse, a Louisiana...