Proving once again that not-nice guys finish first, Gramercy Pictures' "Your Friends and Neighbors" led the exclusives roster in its second weekend.
Paul L. Klein, the former programming head of NBC known for his “least objectionable program” theory of television viewership and who also pioneered the concepts of pay and pay-per-view television…
Sports announcer Don Dunphy, one of the leading voices of boxing in America for 40 years, died of heart failure July 22 at St. Francis Hospital in Roslyn, N.Y. Dunphy, a resident of Manhasset, N.Y.…
Oliver E. Treyz, the colorful former president of ABC Television who in the late ’50s brought ABC into a competitive standing with the much larger NBC and CBS, died June 14 after a long illness…
The competition for wired New Yorkers looking for a good time heats up today as the New York Times launches its second Website, an online city guide called New York Today.
Sony Pictures Classics' "The Spanish Prisoner" recaptured the top spot on the exclusives roster after 20th Century Fox's "Bulworth" went wide.
Sony Pictures Classics' "The Spanish Prisoner" recaptured the top position on the exclusives roster in its sixth weekend. David Mamet's tricky tale of an elaborate con game stole $75,179 from six…
The New York City Police Dept. Tuesday announced the arrest of 43 people, charged with illegally pirating videotapes and CDs worth more than $300,000.
Fox Searchlight's "Two Girls and a Guy" took possession of the top slot on the exclusives roster in its second weekend, after Miramax's "Sliding Doors" went wider.
WNYC has named Mitchell Heskel vice president for finance and administration effective March 16. Heskel will be responsible for the public radio station's financial planning and policies as well as…
While the rest of the country still waits for the film version of the Titanic to arrive, New Yorkers now have a culinary version of the epic sea disaster in addition to a musical one.