The Federal Communications Commission has levied $ 325,000 in fines against 12 radio stations and a $ 121,500 fine against a Florida cable TV operator for allegedly violating equal employment…
While the outcome of Sunday's Super Bowl contest between Dallas and Buffalo was hardly a surprise, the results of the weekend box office race were nowhere near as predictable. Fox's "Mrs. Doubtfire"…
The Federal Communications Commission has voted 2-1 to approve the $ 110 million sale of KRTH-FM Los Angeles to Infinity Broadcasting, but the FCC has slapped an additional $ 400,000 fine on Infinity…
Four stagehands were injured when a smoke-producing machine caught fire during filming at CBS Television City, authorities said.
For the third consecutive year, January box office revenues roared into the new year with more than $ 400 million in the cash drawer. Estimates for the first month of the year are close to $ 420…
The Buffalo Bills kept things close long enough to generate huge Super Bowl numbers, as the game crossed the Nielsen goal line with its highest rating in seven years.
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Facing unprecedented pressure from Capitol Hill to curb TV violence, cable and broadcast industry representatives will hold two press conferences today to unveil a series of voluntary initiatives…
Private Music has been acquired by the Bertelsmann Music Group, giving the niche record label the financial and marketing support of a major, but without the headaches.
Jonathan Axelrod and James Widdoes, two exec producers on the hit CBS sitcom "Dave's World," are close to signing an exclusive pact to develop and produce series with CBS Entertainment Prods.
TV's "Seinfeld," the film "Philadelphia" and the play "Angels in America" were among the 1994 Media Awards given by the Los Angeles and New York chapters of the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against…