"Prime Story," the new NBC prime time newsmagazine show, is going to get an overhaul, which is likely to delay its June 23 launch.
Director Carlos Saura's 1992 Olympic film "Marathon" will receive government funds, after having been passed over in the first round of Film Institute subsidies granted last March.
Prudential Securities analyst Melissa Cook initiated coverage of the following communications stocks with "buy" ratings: CBS Inc., Tribune Co., Times Mirror Co. and Scandinavian Broadcasting Systems…
CBS, SOME WILL TELL YOU, started its climb out of third place when the network finished a 10th of a point behind NBC in the May 1990 Nielsen ratings sweeps. Three years later, NBC is hoping another…
"Fried Green Tomatoes" has rolled to the highest rating for any theatrical film televised on the networks in more than nine years, in the process squashing the competition and sliding NBC into the…
A federal judge has postponed ruling on whether the Writers Guild of America, West, is legally required to maintain public forums on its electronic bulletin board.
A stock market rumor that investor Warren Buffet has bought a large stake in Time Warner helped send shares of that stock soaring Tuesday.
Newly decreed measures to cut costs may not be drastic enough for the vast German net ARD, which includes 14 regional stations.
Twentieth Century Fox-based indie producer Paul Schiff and "Indecent Proposal" screenwriter Amy Holden Jones are jointly developing a contemporary remake of Henry Hathaway's 1953 suspenser "Niagara,"…
The Nevada Supreme Court has scheduled a hearing today on an appeal by families of two Sparks, Nev., men who shot themselves after listening to alleged suicide messages in a Judas Priest record.
A woman arrested seven times for trespassing on David Letterman's property has made another visit.