President Clinton will help Nickelodeon kick off the new millennium with a special New Year's Eve address to the nation's kids on Dec. 31 at 7 p.m.
The Mars Polar Lander wasn't the only junked science project this month: As expected, Fox has pulled the plug on its half-hour "Ally McBeal" experiment.
IBM has extended its sponsorship of the Grammy Awards and will design, host and jointly develop the official Grammy Webcast, it was announced Tuesday by Michael Greene, president and CEO of the…
The Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights is upset about the timing of an NBC News "Dateline" expose about a mental institution in Quebec operated by the Catholic Church earlier this century.
American Movie Classics will ring in the new century with "Millennium Mayhem Festival," a New Year's Eve marathon of 30 Three Stooges shorts hosted by Whoopi Goldberg.
Buena Vista Television has finalized the production team behind new daytime talk strip "The Ainsley Harriott Show," which debuts Jan. 10. Merv Griffin will exec produce the syndicated skein, produced…
Proponents of a bill providing tax credits to California-based TV and film productions have gathered 40,000 signatures in the past three months and plan to present them to California Governor Gray…
Graham Fuller, executive editor of Interview magazine, will not be celebrating his 10th anniversary with Andy Warhol's old rag.
Thailand's censorship committee on Tuesday banned "Anna and the King," branding it an insult to the monarchy and a distortion of Thai history.
Carlton Communications sold Solid State Logic for £43.5 million ($69.6 million) to venture capitalist 3i.
Gotham's burgeoning microbudget film community is going back to the future. For "Burnt," Raphael Nadjari's follow-up to his Un Certain Regard Cannes selection "The Shade," the French director has…