A two-for-one Shakespeare and the West Coast preem of A.R. Gurney's "Later Life" are among the five plays announced for Old Globe Theater's Summer Festival '94. One slot remains unfilled, pending…
Eleven more men filed suit Tuesday against "The Arsenio Hall Show" and one of its former writers, claiming they were sexually battered during an audition for the gabshow.
"Live With Regis & Kathie Lee" leaped ahead of "Donahue" and "Sally Jessy Raphael" to turn in the second-best performance among syndicated talkshows during the February sweeps, according to a…
Can't we all just get along? That seemed to be the plea of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and ABC in taking the statesmanlike step of amending their exclusive broadcast deal to allow CBS…
The largest pirate video lab to be found in New York State was shut down by law enforcement authorities Tuesday. They seized approximately 4,000 unauthorized copies of many of the major studios' top…
Orion Pictures, in another move to raise itself from the bankrupt dead, has promoted four to veepee positions.
A federal appeals court has struck down a lower court's decision granting satellite carriers of network programming and superstation signals such as WTBS the same compulsory copyright license…
Beth Kennedy, the film liaison under former L.A. mayor Tom Bradley, has gotten a final farewell from the city, some nine months after she was let go when Richard Riordan moved in as mayor. The city…
NBC president Robert Wright has scheduled meetings with all three FCC commissioners today, when it's expected he'll pitch for a relaxation of broadcast ownership rules.
The European music industry called on the European Commission Tuesday to be more aggressive in fighting record piracy worth $ 427 million in 1992, 14% of all sales in Western Europe.