The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences presented medals to the winners in the 1999 Student Academy Awards on Sunday.
"Armageddon" and "Dark City" both won for best science fiction film -- the first tie in the 25-year history of the Saturn Awards -- in honors presented by the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and…
Proving he can move Nielsen meters as easily as his hips, pop sensation Ricky Martin gave NBC's "Today" a huge ratings boost Friday -- helping the ayemcast score its biggest weekly win since January.
Nations represented numbered almost as many as trophies presented Monday at the Banff Rockie Awards, highlight of the Banff Television Festival.
Broadway was on the rebound last week. Despite a low-rated and heavily criticized Tony awards show June 6, Broadway box offices registered increases to the tune of $1,007,566 for the week, with the…
Fledgling broadband company Arepa.com has hired former NBC executive Vincent Grosso as its CEO.
Sandra Pastoor has been upped to senior VP of affil relations for UPN.
Following marathon bargaining sessions over the weekend in Calgary, the Alliance of Canadian Cinema Television and Radio Artists (ACTRA) finally reached a tentative agreement with Canadian and U.S…
Only weeks after conquering the box office with his latest "Star Wars" installment, George Lucas on Monday won the rights to develop a $250 million "digital arts center" on 23 acres of San…
Even though there's little difference in standards for language, sex and violence between the basic cable networks and the broadcast networks, cable and broadcast still televise very different kinds…
"Gods and Monsters" producer Regent Entertainment, which recently entered the domestic distribution arena, has acquired worldwide rights to "Spent," the feature directing debut of Gil Cates Jr.