Viacom cabler TV Land and TV Guide are partnering to choose "Television's 100 Greatest Episodes" in a selection that will anchor five nights of programming on both TV Land and sister Nick at Nite as…
When "America's Funniest Home Videos" returns to ABC at midseason of the 1997-98 fall campaign, longtime host Bob Saget will not be there. He is being bounced as part of a format change designed to…
Daily Variety Toronto legit critic Mira Friedlander has been named one of two winners in the Canadian Theater Critics Assn. annual awards for excellence.
The recording industry opened a new front against copyright piracy on Monday, firing the first salvo in its bid to protect music interests in the age of the Internet.
Italian broadcasting, still dominated by pubcaster RAI and Silvio Berlusconi's Mediaset, posted a major increase in ad revenues, despite losing more than a million TV viewers.
Buena Vista's "Con Air" took off somewhat more slowly than originally predicted, taking in $24.1 million for the weekend. That's $1.4 million --- or 5% --- below Sunday's estimate of $25.5 million.
Alexander Payne, who made his directorial debut on Miramax's "Citizen Ruth," will direct "Election" for MTV Films and Paramount Pictures.
Susan Wood has taken the role of Evelyn Nesbit in the Shubert Theatre's "Ragtime," which opens Sunday.
Comedy III Prods., which handles licensing and merchandising for the Three Stooges, has picked up rights to market another silver screen star --- Bela Lugosi.
Steven Bochco's gritty police drama "NYPD Blue" took top honors Monday as best continuing series at the Banff television festival.