Home Shopping Network's stock took it on the chin Monday when Liberty Media withdrew its bid for control of the shopping channel and second-quarter results showed a deep loss and a decline in sales…
The start of the Easter vacation gave European cinemas a small boost last week as "The Jungle Book" won millions of new admirers and "Forever Young" and "Accidental Hero" (released in the U.S. as…
Would you spend $ 1 million for a night with Demi Moore? Well, about 4 million North Americans chipped in and collected more than $ 25 million toward Paramount's "Indecent Proposal."
Time Warner Inc. has named Thomas C. Feige president of its full service network slated to be built this year in the Orlando, Fla., area.
Mickey Mouse blows out his first birthday candle today as Euro Disneyland completes an opening year that has been as full of ups and downs as the theme park's Big Thunder Mountain rollercoaster ride.
American tourists visiting Europe this summer ought to feel right at home when they gaze at cinema marquees. Theater districts in many cities could look like Main Street USA.
Peter van Roden has joined Jim Henson Prods. as VP of production, replacing Ritamarie Peruggi.
Japan's worst recession since World War II is forcing TV advertisers to find new ways of cutting costs: Forget the high fees paid to foreign celebrities; hire ones who no longer need the lucre.
Cannon TV has been forced to shut down the Chuck Norris action series "Walker , Texas Ranger" part way into production because the company was unable to cover production deficits on the show.
Spelling Entertainment Group Inc. said it named Wayne Huizenga chairman and Steven R. Berrard president and chief executive.
TV sales abroad are still sluggish and the global recession has yet to be routed, but the 30th annual MIP-TV market in Cannes, Friday through April 21, is set to draw its largest U.S. contingent ever.