Christian TV and radio preachers will fight attempts to restore the Fairness Doctrine because it might force them to air views contrary to their beliefs, the head of an industry group said.
Michael Jackson's high-profile television appearances capped off by the Oprah Winfrey interview have reinvigorated his career, sending sales soaring for his 14-month-old "Dangerous" album.
Members of the Vandellas and the Marvelettes, whose 1960s hits included "Heat Wave" and "Please, Mr. Postman," have sued Motown, claiming the record company broke contracts by failing to pay…
Buddy Pepper, who acted in radio, vaudeville and films and later became a Hollywood composer and an accompanist for Judy Garland and Marlene Dietrich, died Feb. 7 of heart failure at his home in…
Have Oscar nominators spoiled "The Crying Game" game? The Irish thriller, an art-house hit now opening nationwide, collected six nominations yesterday for the 65th annual Academy Awards, including…
Turner Broadcasting System Inc. and Capital Cities/ABC, partners on such sporting events as the 1991 Pan American Games and the upcoming 1994 Goodwill Games, are discussing a possible joint bid to…
The B.O. smash "The Bodyguard" and mega-budget bomb "Christopher Columbus: The Discovery" led worst-movie nominees Monday for the (Un)Lucky 13th Annual Razzie Awards.
The Coca-Cola Co. yesterday unveiled new advertising for its flagship soft drink, including the first 24 commercials produced by Creative Artists Agency.
Negotiations on U.S. television rights to the 1996 Olympics could be postponed until late this year if a delay would mean a richer contract, IOC president Juan Antonio Samaranch said yesterday.
COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP)--Meryl Streep has been awarded the 1993 Rungstedlund Prize, named after the home of Karen Blixen, the writer she played in the movie "Out of Africa."