Jac Venza, director of cultural and arts programs at New York's flagship PBS station, Thirteen/WNET, will be honored by the international TV community at the 25th anniversary Intl. Emmy Awards in…
Gaylord Entertainment Co. shareholders on Friday approved the $1.55 billion sale of Gaylord's two cable networks, the Nashville Network and Country Music Television, to CBS parent Westinghouse…
The Screen Actors Guild national nominating committee has endorsed SAG prez Richard Masur for another two-year term, SAG officials announced Monday.
President Clinton announced Friday the launch of the White House Millennium Project, a two-year effort at showcasing America's history in science, scholarship and culture.
Only the toughest beasts and villains could stand the heat during a wilting European frame at the foreign box office.
Alliance Entertainment, the indie music distributor in bankruptcy proceedings, has withdrawn the planned sale of its Red Ant Records after unsecured creditors objected to the price. The move sets the…
Barring a last-minute change of heart by any of the principals, UPN is expected this week to name Disney TV veteran Dean Valentine as the successor to the netlet's departing president and CEO, Lucie…
British pay television company BSkyB Plc on Friday reported a 22% rise in pre-tax profit in its final year under the leadership of chief executive Sam Chisholm.
"Devil's Island," Icelandic director Fridrik Thor Fridriksson's humorous postwar tale of survival and dependence, walked away Friday night with the Nordic Amanda prize for best feature film at an…
Sweltering weather belted the B.O. in Europe last weekend, although "The Lost World: Jurassic Park" and "Men in Black" stood up pretty well, and the latter earned the distinction of becoming the 12th…