Denzel Washington, supporting actor winner in 1990 for "Glory" and a current best actor nominee for "Malcolm X," has been added to the list of presenters for the 65th Oscar show.
Broadcasters are expected to face a grilling today in Congress over their alleged lackluster compliance with a law requiring TV stations to meet the educational needs of children.
Norman Lear has been selected to receive the Writers Guild of America West's Paddy Chayefsky Laurel Award for television, to be presented at WGA's annual awards event March 22.
Actress Geena Davis has sued writer Frank Sanello, claiming he authored a story and made up quotes attributed to her.
Technicolor has formed a New Ventures Group, headed by Devendra Mishra, to broaden the company's services.
The Site, Praxis Film Works' North Hollywood-based 30,000-square-foot visual effects facility, has after 13 years of exclusivity opened its doors to outside productions, per director Robert Blalack…
Timothy D. Perez has been promoted to executive director of guest relations and Robert Greg has been promoted to director of guest relations, both for the Studio Group of Paramount Pictures.
CNN Intl. has hired former BBC anchor Riz Kahn to work for the cable network, based in Atlanta.
The Federal Communications Commission appears set to nix Hollywood's request that broadcasters be forced to get permission from programmers before they cut future "retransmission consent" deals with…
Singer-bandleader Billy Eckstine, whose warm baritone graced a string of '40 s and '50s hits such as "Fools Rush In" and "Everything I Have Is Yours," died yesterday. He was 78.
January 1993 -- Blockbuster purchases 35% of Republic Pictures Corp. for $ 25 million in cash and stock-- a 10% premium -- giving it direct access to an extensive film library.