With just three nights of the Winter Olympics counted, it's virtually a foregone conclusion that CBS has grabbed the gold for this February's sweeps.
Sen. Daniel Inouye (D-Hawaii) has sent a letter to FCC chairman Reed Hundt urging further cuts in cable TV rates and asking that the agency ensure "reasonable" pricing for basic cable service.
In a ruling last week, Sweden's Censorship Board labeled "Schindler's List" prohibited viewing for any Swede under 15 years old. United Intl.
Fox Broadcasting Co. exec VP of marketing Tracy Dolgin will shift into an analogous, newly created position devoted to Fox Sports in the wake of the weblet's NFL acquisition.
Oskar Eustis, the associate artistic director at the Mark Taper Forum, will become the new artistic director at Trinity Repertory Company in Rhode Island.
Media baron Rupert Murdoch said Tuesday the British Broadcasting Corp. could lose a key channel on his Star TV satellite network unless it addressed bias charges leveled by India and China.
Anthony Hopkins, a best actor nominee for "The Remains of the Day," has joined the cast of the 66th Academy Awards show, set for March 21 at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion.
A Denver Federal court jury ruled Tuesday that pop star Michael Jackson did not steal the hit song "Dangerous" from a local songwriter.
Iwerks Entertainment has signed an agreement to build simulated-motion theaters for the family entertainment centers being developed by Blockbuster Entertainment. Iwerks will also develop and produce…
Warner Bros. Tuesday announced the construction of a 42,000-square-foot post-production facility to be based on the Burbank lot, as part of its overall plan to expand its production-related service…
Imploring the MPAA ratings board to "let the people be the judge," comedian Martin Lawrence Tuesday blasted the NC-17 rating given his upcoming concert pic "You So Crazy."