Writers for the screen and television seem largely unaffected by slowdowns in other areas of showbiz, pulling in a record $716.7 million last year, a 5.2% hike over 1997 and a hefty 54% climb over…
The Backstreet Boys' "Millennium" was the top album of the first half of 1999, according to statistics released Tuesday by the Recording Industry Assn. of America.
In honor of Columbia Pictures' 75th anniversary, the American Cinematheque in Los Angeles is rolling out the studio's most unusual offerings, including the Truman Capote-scripted "Beat the Devil"…
Sony Pictures Entertainment's Digital Studios Division on Tuesday said that it has upped three key execs as part of a modernization effort of its post-production and research and development…
Offering up good news to an otherwise uneasy Hollywood economy, a the local post-production sector is solidly upbeat on future prospects, even as filming itself increasingly goes elsewhere.
USA Network took back first place from TNT in the second-quarter primetime cable ratings race, compared with the same period in 1998.
Time Inc.'s headquarters will stay put for at least another 18 years, the company announced Tuesday.
Culminating several years of talks between execs at the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences and Staples Center, the 2000 Grammy Awards will be held at the Staples Center near downtown Los…
New Line's "Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me" has found a second TV home: The Fox Network has confirmed reports it will share the broadcast window with TBS.
Crisis in Kosovo and tragedy in Colorado helped boost ratings for cable's all-news nets during the second quarter, with Fox News Channel showing the biggest year-to-year surge.
The Brooklyn Academy of Music has received a $5 million pledge from the Howard Gilman Foundation, BAM prexy Harvey Lichtenstein and exec VP Karen Brooks Hopkins announced Tuesday.