The play "Rough Crossing," at the Matrix Theater, opened Jan. 21 and was reviewed the next night; production runs through March 7.
The Hollywood Arts Council held its seventh annual awards lunch last week to award "Charlies" to those organizations who make meritorious contributions to Hollywood.
Country crooner Willie Nelson has settled a long-standing dispute with the Internal Revenue Service by agreeing to pay $ 9 million in back taxes.
Home Box Office's original movie "Blind Side" generated a 16.7/26 with HBO's cable universe beating programming airing on each of the Big Three networks.
Edward P. Morgan, a broadcast journalist and writer who reported for ABC, CBS and public television, died Jan. 27 of cancer at his home in McLean, Va. He was 82.
The U.S. District Court in Atlanta has overturned a decision by the U.S. Copyright Office that would have denied compulsory copyright license protection to satellite companies that carry programming…
Pete Manchikes, a radio announcer and longtime host of the 1950s- and '60s-era national radio program "Music Til Dawn," died Jan. 26.
VH-1 and radio syndicator MJI Broadcasting have inked a deal whereby MJI will syndicate an audio program culled from the cable network's soon-to-launch performance show "Center Stage."