"Hot on the Trail," a TBS one-hour documentary about sex and romance in the Old West, is currently being prepped by executive producer Catherine Wyler, producer-director Aviva Slesin and writer…
The 10th annual ShowBiz Expo, which runs June 5-7 at the Los Angeles Convention Center, is subtitled "A Decade of Change." Now there's an under statement.
When an estimated 15,000 cable operators and programmers gather Sunday in San Francisco for the 42nd annual National Cable Television Assn. confab, don't be surprised if the party hats and streamers…
Knicks vs. Bulls Game 5 showdown 15.6/27 The dream semifinal New York-Chicago NBA matchup is already paying dividends for NBC, attracting a prime time rating on Wednesday higher than all but one of…
One of the nation's largest infomercial makers has agreed to fork over $ 3.5 million to consumers for making phony claims in its baldness treatment and fat-reduction ads, the Federal Trade Commission…
This year ShowBiz Expo goes into double digits. And in honor of its 10th anniversary there will be two keynote speakers: Robert M. Greenberg, the president, chief executive officer and general…
ABC and QVC have entered into a retail collaboration that will begin with the cable shopping network selling an exclusive line of "All My Children" products.
Journalist Rod Lurie has made good on his threat, filing a $ 1 million breach-of-contract suit Thursday against HarperCollins, charging that the book publisher canceled his book on slain producer Jon…
Joe Sirola to Gotham. Alan King, Heather Thibault in from Toronto.
What does an endangered Southeast Asian tree have to do with the price of showbiz? That's one of the questions that will be answered in the seminars, workshops and panels at this year's ShowBiz Expo.
Paramount Pictures' "The Firm" nabbed an R, TriStar Pictures' "So I Married an Axe Murderer" garnered a PG-13, and Buena Vista's "Hocus Pocus" pulled down a PG, according to the 1,271st bulletin from…