Both houses of Congress will be holding what could become sensational hearings this summer into alleged campaign finance violations by the Democratic and Republican parties, so PBS has created…
Mimi Leder, who directed DreamWorks' first live-action feature "The Peacemaker" and is currently in production on the company's big-budget asteroid project "Deep Impact," has signed a deal to direct…
A federal appeals court Thursday upheld an injunction that prevents New York City officials from pushing the Fox News Channel onto the city's cable system, handing Time Warner Inc. another victory in…
Think Jeffrey Katzenberg's case against the Walt Disney Co. is a slam dunk? Think again. Despite the pro-Katzenberg buzz, a recent analysis of the court file suggests otherwise.
International exhibitors and senior distribution execs from the Hollywood studios gave Cinema Expo Intl. a resounding thumbs up on Wednesday as the sixth edition of the exhibition trade fair wound…
Diane Venora and Omar Sharif have whetted their appetites for Touchstone Pictures' "Eaters of the Dead," based on Michael Crichton's 1976 novel.
Death Row Records co-founder Marion (Suge) Knight must answer questions about the label's finances when attorneys interview him in prison next month, a judge ruled.
Showtime is fighting mad after five cable networks aired the controversial Mike Tyson-Evander Holyfield boxing match in its entirety despite the pay TV company's exclusive rights to the June 28 bout.
Twentieth Television has named Joey Carson to the newly created post of executive in charge of production.
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. won its fourth consecutive Dentsu Advertising Grand Award last week for its superior performance in its overall advertising campaign. The electronics giant picked…
In the wake of talkshow host Michael Jackson's ouster last week from his longtime weekday morning post at KABC, the station's prexy and G.M., Maureen Lesourd, reportedly was thrown off-guard…