Mille Baron, a longtime actress, died of leukemia Jan. 16 in Burbank. She was 81. Baron was a regular cast member on the daytime soap opera “General Hospital” for 18 years. She played “Aunt Millie…
Will "Titanic" be further propelled by its record-tying 14 Oscar noms? While the film hardly needed an added marketing push, mid-week grosses indicate it's already getting one: On Wednesday…
Sweden's version of the Academy Awards -- the Guldebaggen or "Golden Bugs" -- took place Monday night at Stockholm's City Hall, site of the Nobel Prize ceremony. This year's nominees for best picture…
CBS' Nagano Olympics continued to underperform the past two Winter Games and Wednesday registered the lowest Wednesday primetime rating for a Winter Olympics in 30 years.
Kenneth Frankel, whose theatrical career spanned 25 years, died of a brain tumor Thursday at his home in Los Angeles. He was 56. Frankel directed the award-winning Off Broadway production of…
Celebrated director, writer and producer Francis Ford Coppola has been named to the board of directors of MGM Inc., increasing the board to nine members.
Paragon Entertainment Corp. is considering splitting its assets and selling them separately, a move that might involve selling London-based Handmade Films as a stand-alone unit.
The Walt Disney Concert Hall was always a mission in search of a donor. Show me the money, the phantom project always seemed to be saying. The $50 million put up a decade ago by the cartoon tycoon's…
America Online has laid off 40 people -- half of its work force -- at its Culver City-based Entertainment Asylum unit, which develops interactive programs for the Internet and the popular AOL service.
By this time each year, the kids upfront ad market is usually all wrapped up. This year it hasn't even started yet.
TV Azteca turned in strong fourth-quarter operating results, but the bottom line was hit by a bigger-than-expected tax bite. Mexico's No. 2 broadcaster reported net revenues were up 36% to $137…