The Screen Actors Guild Awards has sent out ballots with more than 1,400 potential nominees for performances during 2002 in five film and eight TV categories.
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For the second time in six months, CNBC is changing its primetime schedule. The financial news cabler pulled its Friday 9 p.m. panel discussion, "Wall Street Journal Editorial Board With Stuart…
USA Interactive stood by its fourth-quarter financial forecast Monday, despite a warning from key ecommerce subsid Hotels.com that revenue and earnings for the quarter would come in well short of…
Court TV has renewed its high-visibility weekly series "Forensic Files" for another season and commissioned two hourlong primetime specials: "Psychic Detectives," hosted by Andrea Thompson, and "Al…
Republican Party toppers on Monday said Gotham has won the competish to host the 2004 national nominating convention, a sure cost-saver for TV newsies based in New York.
Martin Scorsese's "Gangs of New York" has been confirmed as the closing film of the 53rd Berlin Intl. Film Festival.
Disney's summer hit "Lilo & Stitch" topped competing toons with 10 Annie Award nominations from ASIFA-Hollywood, the Intl. Animated Film Society.
Fox is teaming with Eric Schotz-led reality factory LMNO Prods. for a trio of out-there reality specials -- including a doggie beauty pageant some are dubbing "Miss Bitch" and a multi-species…
The calendar reads January, but it's going to feel a lot more like September in TV land this week. While networks have always used the first month of the year to begin rolling out midseason shows…
As giant media congloms prowl for cash, Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. may just get down to business on a sale of the Los Angeles Dodgers.