ABC Entertainment president Ted Harbert told visiting advertisers that next season his network "shouldn't be counted out of any race -- demographic or household."
There's a convergence happening between hardware and software in the entertainment business, says Nathan Myhrvold, vice president/advanced technology and business development of Microsoft Corp.
Paramount Pictures' coming-of-age adventure, "Milk Money," to star Melanie Griffith, will begin production in July, the studio announced yesterday.
Key members of Congress are putting heat on the Federal Communications Commission to roll back cable TV rate increases that have occurred since lawmakers passed legislation reregulating the industry…
The Los Angeles City Council will meet today to decide whether or not it will waive at least $ 50,000 in fees for traffic control at next Monday's Academy Awards show at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion.
In his first major address since becoming chairman of Sony Pictures Entertainment in 1989, Peter Guber yesterday urged theindustry not to be blinded by technological advances; good stories will…
CBS Sunday prime time wins 56 half-hours The Eye Web has gone seven weeks straight without losing a single half-hour in Sunday prime time. In that span, none of the movies or telefilms in CBS' Sunday…
The Independent Feature Project/West has set the issue of film ratings and censorship as its top priority of 1993.
Perelman offer for another 20% of Marvel $ 300 million Ronald Perelman's MacAndrew & Forbes plans to make a cash tender offer to buy up to 11 million common shares of Marvel Entertainment, which…
Brandon Tartikoff may be maintaining a lower profile, but he still seems to be keeping tabs on ratings races. Tartikoff provided some congratulatory remarks to Ivan Fecan of pubcaster CBC, who was…
"Under Siege" took the feature film sound editing award, "Aladdin" won the animated feature film award and "Tales From the Crypt" and "I'll Fly Away" took the half-hour and hour series (respectively)…