One hour after his latest film "A Few Good Men" unspooled to an overwhelmingly good response from attendees at ShowEast 1992, director and producer Rob Reiner was awarded the George Eastman Kodak…
A Kansas congressman who voted for cable reregulation is now the target of a series of harsh editorials being aired by a Wichita cable operator urging voters to toss out the lawmaker.
Australian film "Strictly Ballroom" this week passed into the exclusive $ A10 million ($ 7.3 million) B.O. club, and is almost certain to crack the $ A15 ($ 11 million) mark, normally reserved for…
CBS Inc. announced better-than-expected earnings for the third quarter, reflecting not only the absence of last year's losses on sports programming, but the combined effect of a stronger prime time…
General Electric, parent of NBC, noted that its Summer Olympics broadcast posted an operating loss for the broadcasting unit for the third quarter. GE posted a slight increase in net income of $ 1.1…
Westwood One Inc. posted a net loss for its third quarter ending Sept. 30 of $ 7.74 million (52 cents per share), compared to a loss of $ 2.2 million (15 cents) for the same period last year.
HBO's airing of Michael Jackson's concert in Bucharest, Romania, on Saturday night was the pay cable net's highest-rated special ever, scoring a 21.4 rating, 34 share in HBO's 17.5 million homes.
"That dam movie is back" at the California Museum of Science and Industry IMAX Theater in L.A. "Beavers" is a superlative nature docu that will fascinate even those who aren't usually aficionados of…
CBS News will shuffle a number of assignments immediately after Election Day, including the promotion of Joe Peyronnin to VP of CBS News prime time and assistant to the president, overseeing the…
Efforts to obtain documents pertaining to Jeff Sagansky's move from TriStar to CBS were derailed late Monday in writer/producer Philip DeGuere's ongoing suit against CBS, Columbia Pictures and the…
Production executive Barry Josephson is on the rise.