Connie Chung's invitation to speak at a banquet here Friday was withdrawn after organizers of a boycott over Colorado's anti-gay rights amendment criticized her decision to attend.
The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences has given country crooner Anne Murray a befitting honor in the year that marks her 25th anniversary as a recording artist: She will be inducted into…
A Christmas surge in moviegoing lifted 1992 U.K. ticket sales to their highest level in 12 years, according to figures released by the Cinema Advertising Assn.
CBS News prexy Eric Ober announced yesterday a long-expected reshuffling of showrunners for his division's prime time news magazines.
Controversial rapper/actor Ice-T and Sire/Warner Bros. Records have parted ways, and master tapes for his next album, "Home Invasion," which was to be released next month, have been returned to the…
October Films partner Jeff Lipsky called for independents to fight the MPAA ratings system during yesterday's Sundance Film Festival panel discussion on producing and financing independent film.
NBC Sports executive producer Terry O'Neil said Mike Ditka's appearance on this Sunday's Super Bowl coverage does not mean the former coach will become a permanent member of the network's coverage…
"Used People" is being distributed by 20th Century Fox. Its distributor was mistakenly reported in the weekend box office story in Tuesday's paper.
MTM will again figure prominently in this year's 10th annual Museum of Television & Radio's Los Angeles TV festival, which will kick off March 3 with a reunion of the MTM series "St. Elsewhere" and…
TriStar Pictures has pulled the plug on its planned production of "The Three Musketeers," its hand forced by a script that is still being revised and Disney's competing project that is nearly fully…
Ross Portugeis has been named exec VP for Turner Entertainment Networks Intl. , a newly created position overseeing the global expansion and operation of such cable franchises as TNT and the Cartoon…