Producer Robert Evans, nothing if not a survivor, seems likely to rebound nicely from his latest blow: Simon & Schuster, owned by Paramount Communications Corp., put his memoirs in turnaround early…
Those bracing for the battle between Steven Spielberg's giant submarine and Superman had better not overlook Fox Broadcasting Co.'s "Martin," which got off to a solid start with its season premiere…
The Los Angeles chapter of the Women's Action Coalition is protesting the film "Boxing Helena" and its advertising campaign for allegedly glamorizing violence against women.
Walt Disney Studios chairman Jeffrey Katzenberg last weekend engineered the acquisition of first-time screenwriter Morgan Ward's "A Pyromaniac's Love Story, " which will be produced by Mark Gordon…
Children's TV activists are decrying proposed hourlong toy infomercials to be aired on Saturday and Sunday afternoons during Christmas.
South Carolina Monday hosted the first of four forums to solicit suggestions on making public broadcasting programming more diverse and objective.
Next year's 66th Academy Awards show will be held at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion of the Los Angeles Music Center. The ceremonies will take place Monday, March 21, and be broadcast live by ABC.
Another former "Golden Girl" will be working this season, as Betty White joins the cast of Paramount's reworked CBS sitcom "Bob."
A judge resolved an overtime dispute for NBC TV news workers, noting the irony of journalists boasting they do nothing special and their employer insisting they are too good to be paid more.
Ed. Weinberger, one of television's most prolific writer/producers, has sold his feature script "The Castaways" to Hollywood Pictures. The action comedy, described as a buddy picture about a black…
The FCC Monday waived its "one-to-a-market" rule and allowed Harte-Hanks Television, the owner of a San Antonio TV station, to buy a radio station in the same market.