CBS' Nagano Olympics made a big comeback Sunday night, scoring a 20 rating/30 share, according to pre-liminary national ratings from Nielsen Media Research.
Tamara Wilcox-Smith, dubbed "The First Lady of Improv" by the New York press, died Jan. 30 of heart failure in Los Angeles. She was 57.
Shaq may be nursing his stomach muscles, but his vocal chops are in top form.
NEW YORK – Receipts from the road rebounded during Week 35 (Jan. 26-Feb. 1), bouncing back 12.6% to $18,287,110 for the 27 shows. “Rob Becker’s…” returned to the chart after a long layoff, bringing…
After 70 years of confusion and competition, cinematographers, camera assistants and set photographers across the country are under a single contract and a single health and pension plan.
Russia's first dedicated show business exhibition, Show Business 98, which runs at Moscow's Olympic Sports Complex from Feb. 26 through March 1, has already filled 80% of total exhibition space…
An Olympic-sized lead-in wasn't enough to put CBS' David Letterman over the top in his nightly contest against NBC's Jay Leno last week, but it did help CBS close the gap.
The Federal Trade Commission asked five cigar-makers Monday how much money they have spent for product placement in TV shows and movies.
EXCLUSIVEWalt Disney Pictures, Caravan Pictures and DIC Entertainment have signed commercial helmer David Kellogg -- the director responsible for the American Express/Jerry Seinfeld ads -- to take…
NEW YORK Broadway grosses were down again during Week 35 (Jan. 26-Feb. 1), with receipts falling off 8.3% to $9,635,760, and attendance slipping 4.3% to 216,242. “The Capeman” finally opened at the…