Now that the Federal Communications Commission has revealed that it is reluctant to relax its ownership caps for cable companies, AT&T -- which is busy trying to swallow MediaOne -- is asking the…
CBS is expected to announce the appointment today of Roger Bell as news director of its ailing Los Angeles O&O. Bell, a local news vet who most recently has been an exec producer for WNBC New York…
The Writers Guild of America is accepting submissions for its Television-Radio Writers Awards, which will be presented March 5.
The Grammy Awards are months away, but the Recording Academy is giving us a little taste of what's on tap by launching a new version of its official Web site.
"Star Wars: Episode I -- The Phantom Menace" has blasted past the $300 million mark overseas, making the prequel the 11th most successful grosser of all time outside North America.
Continuing its strategy of farming out its Internet efforts to outside firms, DreamWorks has tapped popular online book, music and video e-tailer Amazon.com to create the official Web site for…
Sega may be emerging from the vidgame console graveyard: Dreamcast, its latest entry, which bows on retailers' shelves Sept. 9, has logged 300,000 pre-sale orders, besting market leader Sony…
Netlet WB is tops in the list of finalists for the 15th annual Sexual Health In Entertainment (SHINE) awards, which recognizes portrayals of family planning and reproductive health on TV.
Special event producer Bob Holmes, the brains behind NBC's upfront primetime sales presentations, press tours and affil conventions, has re-upped his deal at the net for two more years.
With "Closer" closed, Broadway last week dipped $474,413 to $9,716,422. The loss of one show wasn't the only sobering factor: Most of the 22 productions lost ground, with only six of them gaining.
Sony Pictures Entertainment has formalized the name of its newest business unit, calling it Sony Pictures Family Entertainment Group, while naming Gary Hirsch senior VP and general manager.