It's fall again. That time when the summer heat fades and the four broadcast TV networks take their best shot at ratings dominance with a bounty of new shows.
A month after the Samuel Goldwyn Co. released Kenneth Branagh's "Much Ado about Nothing" in New York City, the independent film company ventured into an alien land in the name of movie marketing.
In a business in constant change, independent movie companies can count on only a few constants: Major studios will dominate the nation's screens and hopelessly outspend them in marketing.
A lot can happen in 30 years. When ABC's most enduring soap opera, "General Hospital," went on the air on April 1, 1963, the women's movement was in its earliest stages.
Homevideo may be the less glamorous cousin of the movie business, but in 1992 it demonstrated its status as the entertainment industry's most consistent performer.
Don't complain about the recession to Wally Schlotter.
Recession still lingers. Film commission budgets are receiving the once-over from cash-strapped legislatures. There's a new president in the White House. And technological advancements promise to…
If there are any safe bets in the risky business of television, comedy is it. Halfway into the traditional 30-week TV season, seven of the top 10-rated network shows are situation comedies.
When television syndicators reminisce about the good old days, their minds naturally wander to the heady 1980s when the situation comedy "The Cosby Show" sold on average for more than $ 4 million an…
HBO Sports and Time Warner Sports' pay-per-view network TVKO cut an exclusive deal with heavyweight champion Riddick Bowe for six title bouts, an agreement that may be worth more than $ 100 million…
Domestic Film WEEKEND OF
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300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Weekend:$45.1M
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Weekend:$32.5M
Non-Stop3Weekend:$15.4M Universal Pictures