Emmy submissions 3,800 The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has received a record number of entries for this year's 45th annual Primetime Emmy Awards, up sharply from the 2,700 submitted last…
John Miller has had his responsibilities shuffled at NBC Entertainment, giving up supervision of daytime programs while overseeing a new area, event programming, reporting to entertainment prez…
PRODUCTION CHART KEY Abbreviation: SUPR EXP-Supervising executive producer(s); EXP-Executive producer(s); COEXP-Co-executive producer(s); SUPR PROD-Supervising producer(s); PROD-Producer(s)…
The Hollywood Bowl has announced its first two pop offerings of the season, skedding New Order for July 26 and Santana/Bob Dylan Oct. 2.
Colossal Pictures, known primarily for its advertising work and graphics for various national advertisers as well as outfits like MTV, has signed with United Talent Agency to represent the company…
A listener offended by a National Public Radio broadcast of repeated cursing by John Gotti can't challenge a federal agency's refusal to act against the radio network, a court ruled Tuesday.
Carlton E. Morse, creator of the longest-running soap opera in American radio history and a writer whose shows embodied the golden days of the airwaves, died May 24 in Sacramento. He was 91.
More than 200 comics from 16 countries will descend on Montreal for the 11th annual Just For Laughs comedy festival, to take place July 22-Aug. 1 around town.
Cineplex Odeon Films has acquired the theatrical distribution rights for Gramercy Pictures in Canada, giving it such upcoming films as "Posse" starring Mario Van Peebles, the thriller "Kalifornia"…
The British Broadcasting Corp. World Service Television has been included in previously reported negotiations between Telemundo Group and Reuters Television to create a 24-hour Spanish-language…
Mary Rapp, a former vaude dancer, died May 25 of undisclosed causes at her home in Beverly Hills.