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  • AFTRA sets date for negotiations
    Thursday April 03rd 2008

    The American Federation of Television & Radio Artists has announced it will launch contract negotiations with the majors on April 28 on primetime TV, less than two weeks after SAG starts bargaining. “In our view, our proposed schedule should allow SAG sufficient time to work out a good deal with the studios,” AFTRA president Roberta Reardon said in a statement.

  • Peabodys go to ‘Dexter,’ ’30 Rock’
    Thursday April 03rd 2008

    Showtime’s “Dexter,” NBC’s “30 Rock” and AMC’s “Mad Men” were among the winners of the Peabody Awards announced Wednesday. Comedy Central’s “The Colbert Report” and Bravo’s “Project Runway” became the first reality series to take home a Peabody. The judges said the Weinstein Co.-Bravo production “redeems” the genre. The Peabodys honor the best in TV and electronic media.

  • Canada cablers prepare for fight
    Thursday April 03rd 2008

    Canada’s broadcasters will square off with their domestic cable and satellite TV operators next week in a battle that could pave the way for a sea change in the market — the entry of such U.S. cable channels as HBO, ESPN and Nickelodeon. The showdown comes as the nation’s TV regulator, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission, begins three weeks of public hearings.

  • Ebert to resume writing movie reviews
    Wednesday April 02nd 2008

    Roger Ebert will resume writing reviews later this month, but will not rejoin his syndicated TV show because he’s still unable to speak. In a letter published in Tuesday’s Chicago Sun-Times, the Pulitzer Prize-winning film critic and co-host of TV’s “Ebert & Roeper” said surgery in January ended in complications, and his ability to speak was not restored.

  • Tribeca fest talks up panels
    Wednesday April 02nd 2008

    NEW YORK – The Tribeca Film Festival is introducing the “Behind the Screens” and film executive-targeted “Tribeca Talks Industry” programs, featuring conversations with Sissy Spacek, Lou Reed and Isabella Rossellini.

    The fest also unveiled participants in its “Tribeca Talks and Conversations in Cinema” panels: Buzz Aldrin on “2001: A Space Odyssey,” Mike Figgis on digital filmmaking, Christiane Amanpour on global dialogues and “Steroid Nation” author Shaun Assael on performance-enhancing drugs in sports.

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Archives for: April 20085
  • AFTRA sets date for negotiations
    Thursday April 03rd 2008

    The American Federation of Television & Radio Artists has announced it will launch contract negotiations with the majors on April 28 on primetime TV, less than two weeks after SAG starts bargaining. “In our view, our proposed schedule should allow SAG sufficient time to work out a good deal with the studios,” AFTRA president Roberta Reardon said in a statement.

  • Peabodys go to ‘Dexter,’ ’30 Rock’
    Thursday April 03rd 2008

    Showtime’s “Dexter,” NBC’s “30 Rock” and AMC’s “Mad Men” were among the winners of the Peabody Awards announced Wednesday. Comedy Central’s “The Colbert Report” and Bravo’s “Project Runway” became the first reality series to take home a Peabody. The judges said the Weinstein Co.-Bravo production “redeems” the genre. The Peabodys honor the best in TV and electronic media.

  • Canada cablers prepare for fight
    Thursday April 03rd 2008

    Canada’s broadcasters will square off with their domestic cable and satellite TV operators next week in a battle that could pave the way for a sea change in the market — the entry of such U.S. cable channels as HBO, ESPN and Nickelodeon. The showdown comes as the nation’s TV regulator, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission, begins three weeks of public hearings.

  • Ebert to resume writing movie reviews
    Wednesday April 02nd 2008

    Roger Ebert will resume writing reviews later this month, but will not rejoin his syndicated TV show because he’s still unable to speak. In a letter published in Tuesday’s Chicago Sun-Times, the Pulitzer Prize-winning film critic and co-host of TV’s “Ebert & Roeper” said surgery in January ended in complications, and his ability to speak was not restored.

  • Tribeca fest talks up panels
    Wednesday April 02nd 2008

    NEW YORK – The Tribeca Film Festival is introducing the “Behind the Screens” and film executive-targeted “Tribeca Talks Industry” programs, featuring conversations with Sissy Spacek, Lou Reed and Isabella Rossellini.

    The fest also unveiled participants in its “Tribeca Talks and Conversations in Cinema” panels: Buzz Aldrin on “2001: A Space Odyssey,” Mike Figgis on digital filmmaking, Christiane Amanpour on global dialogues and “Steroid Nation” author Shaun Assael on performance-enhancing drugs in sports.

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ARCHIVES

Archives for: April 20085
  • AFTRA sets date for negotiations
    Thursday April 03rd 2008

    The American Federation of Television & Radio Artists has announced it will launch contract negotiations with the majors on April 28 on primetime TV, less than two weeks after SAG starts bargaining. “In our view, our proposed schedule should allow SAG sufficient time to work out a good deal with the studios,” AFTRA president Roberta Reardon said in a statement.

  • Peabodys go to ‘Dexter,’ ’30 Rock’
    Thursday April 03rd 2008

    Showtime’s “Dexter,” NBC’s “30 Rock” and AMC’s “Mad Men” were among the winners of the Peabody Awards announced Wednesday. Comedy Central’s “The Colbert Report” and Bravo’s “Project Runway” became the first reality series to take home a Peabody. The judges said the Weinstein Co.-Bravo production “redeems” the genre. The Peabodys honor the best in TV and electronic media.

  • Canada cablers prepare for fight
    Thursday April 03rd 2008

    Canada’s broadcasters will square off with their domestic cable and satellite TV operators next week in a battle that could pave the way for a sea change in the market — the entry of such U.S. cable channels as HBO, ESPN and Nickelodeon. The showdown comes as the nation’s TV regulator, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission, begins three weeks of public hearings.

  • Ebert to resume writing movie reviews
    Wednesday April 02nd 2008

    Roger Ebert will resume writing reviews later this month, but will not rejoin his syndicated TV show because he’s still unable to speak. In a letter published in Tuesday’s Chicago Sun-Times, the Pulitzer Prize-winning film critic and co-host of TV’s “Ebert & Roeper” said surgery in January ended in complications, and his ability to speak was not restored.

  • Tribeca fest talks up panels
    Wednesday April 02nd 2008

    NEW YORK – The Tribeca Film Festival is introducing the “Behind the Screens” and film executive-targeted “Tribeca Talks Industry” programs, featuring conversations with Sissy Spacek, Lou Reed and Isabella Rossellini.

    The fest also unveiled participants in its “Tribeca Talks and Conversations in Cinema” panels: Buzz Aldrin on “2001: A Space Odyssey,” Mike Figgis on digital filmmaking, Christiane Amanpour on global dialogues and “Steroid Nation” author Shaun Assael on performance-enhancing drugs in sports.

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