Michael Cohl, promoter of U2's PopMart Tour, has received a much needed financial shot in the arm from Claridge Investments, an investment management firm with a portfolio comprising sports…
The Primetime Emmy Awards have become very much like the weather. You know, lots of complaints about the nominating procedure, the categorizing, eligibility issues, all of that stuff, and nobody…
Investors' newfound enthusiasm for cable spilled over into the broader entertainment sector Tuesday in a rally encompassing all four major conglomerates, cablers and even broadcasters.
Telescene Film Group, a Montreal-based TV and film production outfit, is set to make its first-ever public share offering, which will likely net the Canadian company in the neighborhood of C$25…
Comedian/actor Barry Sobel has been hired as Magic Johnson's man on the latter's Twentieth TV talk/variety program, which is skedded to premiere in early 1998.
CBS has named a new general manager of its Boston O&O station in the first exec shift under new CBS Stations prexy Mel Karmazin.
The European Parliament gave its final OK Tuesday to the European Union's Television Without Frontiers directive, which will leave unchanged Hollywood's domination of the bloc's TV screens.
Fox Broadcasting Company's senior vice president of longform programming Trevor Watson is negotiating his exit from the network, sources say.
The broadcast network premiere Sunday night of the Oscar-nominated 1994 prison drama "The Shawshank Redemption" came in as the most-watched theatrical movie ever to air on TNT and the highest-rated…
Time Warner Inc. announced Tuesday that chairman-CEO Gerald M. Levin's son Jonathan, who was murdered May 30, will be memorialized with a scholarship fund, a media academy and a rehabilitated…