Broadway dropped nearly half a million dollars in total receipts, to $9,752,342, despite the appearance of four new shows in previews: "Kiss Me, Kate," "Marie Christine," "The Price" and "Putting It…
The U.S. Comedy Arts Festival will honor Robin Williams with the AFI Star Award for excellence in film and television.
Pearson Television has given a vote of confidence to the world's most popular show, "Baywatch."
Japanese electronics company Sony Corp. and telecom giant NTT were among 28 groups bidding for satcasting licenses, the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications said.
The New Yorker is going to the movies, with a new 18-film series at Lincoln Center's Walter Reade Theater. Event will kick off with the premiere of Woody Allen's "Sweet and Lowdown" on Nov. 20.
Adam Sandler has been tapped veep of communications and director of special projects for the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences, effective immediately.
Walt Disney Co. may have found a way around the Great Wall of China that has thwarted U.S. studios attempting to sell their goods in the world's most populous country: Disney and the Hong Kong…
Expanding its holdings in the film and TV post-production arena, John Malone's Liberty Media Group said Monday that it will acquire post services provider Four Media Co. in a stock-swap deal valued…
ABC News and Consumers Union have entered into an agreement to produce product-testing and evaluation segments for ABC News' "20/20" and "Good Morning America," the entities announced Monday.
The New York cable-sports scene could be headed for its biggest shakeup in years because George Steinbrenner, boss of the New York Yankees, has successfully raided Turner Sports to get the executive…
Former "Friends" writer/exec producer Michael Curtis has found some new pals at Fox Broadcasting: The web has given the scribe a blind put pilot commitment for the 2000-01 season.