Barry Diller's USA Networks Inc. said Monday it had entered into a definitive agreement to buy the 50% of Ticketmaster Group Inc. it does not already own.
Seasoned rock stars never die, they just keep making pots of money. This is a good thing for Warner Bros. Records as the struggling label attempts a comeback with this month's release of new albums…
Beset by technical problems, Latino satcaster Sky has had to order up a replacement bird from service provider PanAmSat.
It was Oscar night in the city of angels, and while decent citizens slept the sleep of the righteous, Academy members awarded "L.A. Confidential" wins in only two out of nine categories.
Harvey Entertainment Co., home to "Casper," "Richie Rich" and other characters, ousted its top two execs, Jeff Montgomery and Greg Yulish, Monday and replaced them with former All American…
Hours before Helen Hunt nabbed the Oscar for Best Actress, NBC and Columbia TriStar TV gave in to the salary demands of the "Mad About You" star and her male lead Paul Reiser, ensuring the show will…
Lions Gate's "Love and Death on Long Island" kept its hold on the exclusives roster's top slot for the third consecutive weekend.
Gotham is not a city that easily concedes its secondary status in any arena, but when forced to relinquish its dominance, New York does it with style.
Columbia TriStar Motion Picture Group has taken all North American rights to the Jean-Claude Van Damme actioner "Knock Off."
Hollywood star Richard Gere voiced the demands of six Tibetan hunger strikers Monday, urging the United Nations to reopen debate on the political status of the protesters' Himalayan homeland.