The Lollapalooza Festival rock tour is near a deal with a new act striving to tap into the youth market -- America Online, the nation's third-largest online computer service.
Advertisers continue to shy away from so-called controversial programming, and NBC's made-for-TV movie "Witness to the Execution," set to air Sunday, appears to be the latest casualty.
A 20-year-old actor who appeared in Disney's "Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit" was acquitted of two counts of rape Wednesday.
Kings Road Entertainment Inc. said it was profitable for the six months ended Oct. 31, 1993, and expects to be profitable for the fiscal year ending April 30.
In an effort to position itself in the global marketplace, Sony Pictures Entertainment has named Benjamin S. Feingold as president of Columbia TriStar Home Video, filling the void left by the recent…
The investigation into child molestation charges aimed at singer Michael Jackson took a step forward Wednesday as a Santa Barbara County grand jury began hearing testimony concerning the allegations.
Though write-offs on its former NFL franchise and other charges meant CBS Inc.'s fourth quarter failed to meet Wall Street estimates, the Eye web still posted solid gains as profits rose 40% from the…
A California Superior Court judge threw out MGM's entire $ 750 million damage claim against Kirk Kerkorian Wednesday, adding another chapter to an already lengthy legal battle.
The High Court ordered the postponement of a new musical about newspaper tycoon Robert Maxwell because it could prejudice a case against Maxwell's sons.
Tapestry Intl., a New York-based TV production-distribution company, has acquired Public Television Intl., a worldwide distributor of U.S. public television programming.