Fade in on a city. Not just any city, but New York -- the ultimate city and one with the largest population in the United States, a sophisticated bunch that loves going to the movies and is willing…
Though New York-based Rialto Pictures specializes in the theatrical reissuing of restored versions of such legendary films as Fellini's "Nights of Cabiria" (1957) and Godard's "Contempt" (1963)…
Once regarded as a stomping ground for standup comics, a haven for other network's syndicated successes and the cable network that bought "Absolutely Fabulous" to the United States and launched…
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NEW YORK - Broadway theater owners received a substantial holiday gift Dec. 29 from New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, who announced a proposal that would allow the theater community -- particularly…
Broadway theater owners received a substantial holiday gift Monday from New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, who announced a proposal that would allow the theater community -- particularly the Shubert…
NEW YORK-Just as large-format exhibition is expanding from what was once only theme parks and museums to more traditional theatrical venues — with industry leader Imax Corp.’s 144 worldwide theaters…
NEW YORK — Sony Theatres’ relationship with the Toronto-headquartered Imax Corp. started off with a joint project befitting a partnership of two powerful brand names in technologically proficient…
While Hakeem Olajuwon was dominating Shaquille O’Neal, Michael Jackson was outscoring the two big men combined, as June 14 turned into a double dose of bad news for NBC. Sudden ending O’Neal was…
And now, back to our regularly scheduled programs ... With the Winter Olympics finally over, the network schedule returned to seminormal, though some sweeps stunts remained.
WCBS-TV had as good a February as Dan Jansen, Bonnie Blair and Nancy Kerrigan, skating to an easy sweeps victory in just about every category on the back of the Winter Olympics.
As networks start looking ahead to next season, the ratings of borderline programs, especially ones the webs had high hopes for, raise an interesting dilemma: Is it the show or the timeslot?