A little more than 20 years ago, George Stevens Jr. decided it was time for the U.S., the driving force in the world's popular culture, to figure out a way to salute it's performing art with…
"Saturday Night Live" veteran Jon Lovitz is developing a new ABC sitcom at Disney created and executive produced by "Working" and "Cybill" veteran Mike Langworthy for fall 1998.
The National Board of Review will honor Robert Duvall on Feb. 9 with its 1997 career achievement award at its annual gala dinner at Tavern on the Green.
Sony Pictures Entertainment's AXN, the 24-hour action and adventure channel, has reached a distribution of 5 million households in the eight weeks since its launch, according to CEO James Buklarewicz.
Time Warner's TBS is continuing to sign up cable operators to pay the network a license fee for the first time in TBS' two decades of operation, with Adelphia Communications the latest convert.
Veteran film publicist Michelle Abbrecht has been given senior VP/publicity stripes at the Columbia Tristar Motion Picture Group, effective next year.
Bob Dylan's music has sparked controversy and set trends. It also has made him a very rich man.
MGM has taken another step to keep rogue agent James Bond home at United Artists. Adding what it considers another patch in the quilt of ownership rights of its tentpole film franchise, MGM has…
After a respectable test run Monday, NBC is moving the Jenny McCarthy sitcom "Jenny" to 8:30 p.m. on that night for the last three weeks of December.
NBC confirmed that it has hired HBO exec David Bartis to be the new senior VP of primetime series at NBC Studios, replacing Tom Nunan, now UPN's entertainment chief.
As Australia's 1997 ratings season ended, Kerry Packer's Nine Network emerged victorious with an increase of .7% to 32.6%, ahead of Kerry Stokes' Seven Network, which without the Olympian draw card…