CNN will take the wraps off a new high-tech newsroom/studio Monday, marking the first significant changes to the all-news cabler's on-air look in more than a decade.
Former "Public Eye with Bryant Gumbel" contributor Carol Marin will be a regular contributor -- and possible fulltime correspondent -- for "60 Minutes II."
Shania Twain is the first female country artist to top the five million-unit mark with two albums, according to the September album certifications issued by the Recording Industry Assn. of America.
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Cable networks are harvesting a bumper crop of dollars from Madison Avenue, chalking up a record $2.68 billion in advertising revenues for the first six months of 1998, a dizzying 17% jump over the…
Thanks to Rupert Murdoch's newfound interest in the national pastime, the Bronx Bombers are poised to drop a bombshell today on the Gotham TV scene.
Katie Jacobs and Paul Attanasio's Paramount-based Heel and Toe Prods. has tapped Ned Gusick as senior VP of production.
Despite poor business confidence, advertising in Australia's mainstream media has enjoyed its first double digit growth in several years, increasing 11.3% to A$3.2 billion ($1.9 billion) in the six…
Finding that ABC Radio Networks and parent Walt Disney Co. breached its contract with Children's Broadcasting Corp. and stole trade secrets, a federal court jury awarded $20 million in damages to…
Two Senate committees are expected to pass bills today that call for regulatory relief for the satcasting industry, but with Congress heading out the door, it's not clear if there's enough time for…
Mary Tyler Moore has joined Kyra Sedgwick, Rob Morrow and Lela Rochon in the cast of the indie romantic comedy "Labor Pains," which begins shooting this month in New York.
The ever expanding Japanese electronics giant Sony Corp. said Wednesday it plans to form a data communication service with Toyota Corp. and a domestic Internet provider called IIJ.