Actor Christopher Cotten knew he did a good job portraying a criminal on "America's Most Wanted." He found out just how good when he was detained by police Sunday.
Paramount Communications said Prentice Hall, a division of its Paramount Publishing unit, and Macromedia, an independent supplier of multimedia software products, plan to create multimedia-based…
Nobel Prize-winning author Sir William Golding, whose novel "Lord of the Flies" won acclaim for its chilling story of the descent of marooned schoolboys into barbarism, died June 19. He was 81.
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Several recent strategic moves by Paramount suggest the entertainment giant wants to replicate the success of Fox and go after the Big Three, creating a fifth network.
Michael T. Skewes was named general manager of Columbia TriStar Films of Canada's Triumph Releasing Corp. branch, the company announced Friday. He replaces Ted Hulse, who retired this week after 11…
Prairie Public Broadcasting prez Dennis Falk has been named recipient of this year's Outstanding Public Television Manager Award.
E! Entertainment Television will present a one-hour special on "Jurassic Park" today at 8 p.m., repeating throughout the week. Hosted by Michael Castner, spec will take a look at how the movie was…
USA Network has selected Ahern New York to handle its $ 2 million consumer account for the Sci-Fi Channel, on top of the channel's trade account won this year. The campaign, Welcome to the Edge…
Bruce Campbell, 42, chief press officer of the New York Shakespeare Festival, died Friday in New York from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
The play was "Coquette," Douglas Fairbanks Jr. recalled, and Helen Hayes' performance had just dissolved the audience to tears. Afterward, he asked her what she was thinking during those emotional…
Some of the greatest jazz stars shared the spotlight with the nation's best-known amateur saxophonist in a late-night celebration of "America's classical music" on the White House lawn.