Watching children die and others carry automatic weapons is taking a toll on CBS News anchorman Dan Rather, who is reporting from Somalia on the arrival of U.S. troops in the region.
Arbitron formally announced its plans to develop a new audience measurement system that would require participants to wear a pager-like device that would record viewing and listening habits in and…
Gospel singer Tramaine Hawkins has sued rap singer Hammer for allegedly reneging on an oral agreement to pay her royalties for recording lead vocals on the song "Do Not Pass Me By."
The headline to the story about "Cheers" going off the air in yesterday's paper was incorrect. The decision to halt production on the show after the 11th season was made by the cast and crew of the…
Garth Brooks has aligned with the National Football League for two benefit concerts Jan. 29 at the Great Western Forum to benefit a major community youth project in South Central Los Angeles, to be…
At a time when TV has come under fire for not promoting "family values," the pay-per-view industry is providing an interesting test to see if there's a market for such programming.
Rolling Stone magazine and Time Life Music are joining forces to produce a seven-CD or cassette package, "The Rolling Stone Collection: 25 Years of Essential Rock."
Pat Sajak will host the year-end special "Variety '92," an examination of the year's top entertainment stories being syndicated for a January broadcast window by Turner Program Services.
YOU KNOW THAT OLD SUPERSTITION about famous people dying in threes? So what's going to go next at NBC?
The Jackson family is heading for Las Vegas.
A judge ruled yesterday that the play and movie "Driving Miss Daisy" was not based on the work of Henry Denker, an author of 24 novels who has had seven plays produced on Broadway.