"Titanic" has docked: The biggest-grossing movie in history is well on its way to becoming the most successful homevideo ever, as fans across the country stayed up late and waited in line to be among…
It's Round Three in the case of "When We Were Kings": Lloyd Price and Hank Schwartz are expected to announce as early as today a $50 million lawsuit against Polygram Filmed Entertainment, Mercury…
The market's mammoth plunge Monday did little to comfort Broadway producers who were already smarting from a down week on the White Way.
Time Warner will present Court TV's management with a strategic plan for growth in about two weeks, the company said Monday, which, for some Court TV staffers, won't come a minute too soon.
Former "Living Single" star Kim Coles has inked a syndie talkshow development deal with Buena Vista Television.
So here's what we've learned at the foreign box office this summer: Bruce Willis and a meteor is bigger than Steven Spielberg and a meteor, and even Roland Emmerich shouldn't mess with a national…
ESPN on Monday announced the promotions of Christine Driessen to executive VP and chief financial officer and David Zucker to executive VP and managing editor, ESPN Intl.
Fred Dryer has reached agreement with the China Film CoProduction Corp. to coventure on "Hunter in China," a film in which he will star and produce under his Fred Dryer Prods. banner.
Rookie sitcom "That '70s Show" has cooled a bit in its second try, but continues to energize Fox's Sunday lineup.
Board members of the Directors Guild of America have extended the employment contract of national exec director Jay D. Roth for five years.
ABC Radio Networks' Tom Joyner will serve as emcee for the NAB Radio Show in Seattle (Oct. 14-17), which closes with the smooth sounds of Motown great Smokey Robinson.