Karen Hale Wookey, a script supervisor for “All the President’s Men” and “Patriot Games,” died Sept. 9 in Los Angeles of heart failure. She was 74. Wookey, the daughter of actor Alan Hale Sr. and…
November box office reached record heights of $599.1 million, a figure which tops the former championship frame set in 1996 by 4%, but falls about 1% short of record admission levels also set two…
After sifting through a record 850 American dramatic feature submissions, the Sundance Film Festival has selected 114 films to present at the 1999 edition of the event, which runs Jan. 21-31 in Park…
Fox Group chairman Peter Chernin will be named executive of the year at an awards banquet to be given by the Caucus for Producers, Writers and Directors on Jan. 17.
Celebrated entertainment lawyer Arthur Groman died Tuesday of natural causes in his Beverly Hills home.
Broadcasters and news directors have asked a federal appeals court here to throw out rules that require TV stations to give free airtime to viewers to respond to editorials and personal attacks.
Fox has triumphed in adults 18-49 and CBS has won in households during a Nov. 23-29 primetime Nielsens week that demonstrates where NBC might find itself without its dominant Thursday lineup.
The launch of digital TV cost Carlton Communications £27.9 million ($46 million) in the year to Sept. 30, causing a 1% drop in pre-tax profits to $515 million.
Blues legend John Lee Hooker will receive the Rhythm & Blues Foundation's Lifetime Achievement Award at the group's annual post-Grammy ceremony dinner.
Broadway is about to discover that the devil is, indeed, a woman.
No news is bad news for South African free-to-air channel e.tv, which this week found itself allegedly in contravention of its licensing conditions.