In a move designed to bring uniformity and fairness to voting procedures across the country, members of the Writers Guild of America have voted overwhelmingly to establish simple majorities as the…
Ken Page, a longtime TV exec who was well known in the global TV distribution community, died April 6 of cancer in Toronto. He was 69.
Television programming continues to be dominated by violence and the amount of violent programming in primetime has steadily increased during the past three years, a cable industry-sponsored study…
Peter Samuelson's Washington address is Houston, Texas.
Blue-collar auteur Michael Moore has inked a three-series production pact with the U.K.'s Channel 4.
Leeza Gibbons has been tapped as host of next month's Daytime Emmy Awards kudocast.
Time Warner chairman Gerald Levin had a lot to be happy about Wednesday. In addition to reporting good news on the earnings front, Levin said Time Warner's overall financial picture had improved…
Betty Lou Oppenheim, mother of actress Jill St. John and founder of People Helping People USA, died April 2 from complications of leukemia at her home near Palm Springs. She was 85.
NBC has shelved midseason comedy "House Rules" a week early, diminishing its chances for pickup next season.
The fourth annual Los Angeles Independent Film Festival gets under way tonight at the Directors Guild with the world premiere of "Shadrach," based on a short story by William Styron.
Wendy O. Williams, a Grammy-nominated singer whose stage theatrics as lead singer of the 1980s punk rock band the Plasmatics included blowing up equipment and chain-sawing guitars, committed suicide…