At least one TV station in L.A. appears to have figured out how to effectively counterprogram CBS' coverage of the Winter Olympic Games: Ply the audience with soap operas.
Are British actors hogging too many seats on Broadway? Actors' Equity, supported at least in theory by a prominent American stage director, thinks so, and London's acclaimed Royal Court/Theatre de…
John Malone's pay-TV network Starz will lay out a record $40 million this year to promote the channel's exclusive windows for such titles as "The English Patient," "Liar Liar" and "Ransom" under the…
Nick Webb, founding member of the contemporary jazz group Acoustic Alchemy, died Friday in London of pancreatic cancer. He was 43.
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.
The board of governors of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences have a 1999 surprise in store for loyal Oscarcast viewers: Get ready to turn back your clocks 25 hours and hunker down for a…
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…
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