The Hollywood Entertainment District, which spans a six-block stretch of Hollywood Boulevard, on Monday released the results of a study that shows business has improved dramatically in every aspect…
Thirty-five years after recording the quintessential party song, the Kingsmen are probably in a mood to party themselves.
The Joseph Papp Public Theater's imminent Broadway production of "On the Town" has run into some choreographic snafus, which killed two previews this week and pushed back its opening from Nov. 19 to…
Languishing in development hell, Nederlander Prods.' new tuner, "Easter Parade," seems even less likely to bow on schedule -- or at all -- now that lead hoofer Tommy Tune has inked to replace David…
Broadway bounced back last week, enjoying a $1,098,848 hop up from the previous week as several tuners experienced six-figure lifts. The overall gross for the week totaled $10,575,470 last week, and…
John Garrett, the former head of leisure at the Rank Group, is preparing a $1.5 billion takeover of Rank's leisure division with the backing of Candover, the venture capital group.
Rupert Murdoch has no intention of retiring anytime soon and does not think his children are yet ready to manage the News Corp. empire themselves.
In a further expansion of the jurisdiction of TV gavelers, "Divorce Court" is going into session next year on the 22 Fox-owned stations.
Local cable operators are fighting the proposed merger of Zee TV and Star TV. The 45,000 domestic cable operators told the Information and Broadcasting Ministry that the merger would result in a…
TV Tokyo is stepping up global marketing of "Pocket Monster," a popular Nintendo videogame-turned-animated TV series, following its introduction in the U.S. in September.
Wolfgang Petersen has committed to direct the Warner Bros. adaptation of the Sebastian Junger bestseller "The Perfect Storm" as his next feature.