The people's judge and the arbiter of "good things" fared pretty well in their first week in daytime. Warner Bros.' "The People's Court" and Eyemark Entertainment's "Martha Stewart Living" were the…
After "Frasier" earned the comedy-series Emmy for the fourth year running, NBC's backstage officials immediately exclaimed that it was the first show in Emmy history to be so honored in four…
CBS's broadcast Sunday of the 49th annual Primetime Emmy Awards averaged a 13.5 rating and 21 share in households, according to preliminary national ratings released by the web.
Dennis Adomaitis has been promoted to exec VP of international operations of Warners Bros. Studio Stores.
Ending months of negotiations, Volcano Entertainment has filed a lawsuit against Tool, its crown jewel artist, claiming the band is still under contract.
Turner Classic Movies exercised a little Time Warner synergy on Monday, picking up a package of more than 125 post-1950 films from the Warner Bros. domestic pay-TV, cable and network features library…
In a frantically busy weekend frame overseas, "Men in Black" notched stupendous preems in Germany, Austria and Australia, "The Lost World: Jurassic Park's" cume topped $300 million, and "Face/Off"…
After Fox Searchlight's indie sensation "The Full Monty" went wide, MGM's "The End of Violence" made peace with the No. 1 position on the exclusives roster.
With a House subcommittee poised to hold the first of two hearings today concerning international copyright treaties, MPAA prexy Jack Valenti said it's time for the companies that will provide much…
Julian Stone's poker-playing comedy "Follow the Bitch," which won the audience award at the Palm Springs Film Festival, has been anted up for domestic distribution by Gotham start-up Gurney Releasing.