ABC has struck a licensing deal with MGM Worldwide TV Group to air six of its films on the network --headed by the blockbuster comedy "The Birdcage" -- in a transaction estimated at about $25 million.
CBS News has tapped Andrew Cohen senior producer of "This Morning."
In Poland, rock 'n' roll 'TV is a private business. Pubcaster TVP, which has taken big hits from Polsat, lost another, if lesser, battle with private broadcasters in late February when Tylko Muzyka…
Olive Brasno Wayne, a midget actress who worked with a number of top entertainment luminaries during the 1930s, died Jan. 25 of heart failure at a hospital in Lakeland, Fla. She was 80. Born in Old…
New Line Television has tapped former ABC exec Tom Campbell as senior VP of development and production in an effort to broaden the company's development slate and boost its profile in Hollywood.
R “Breast Men” (HBO Home Video); “for sexuality and nudity, language and drug use.” “Character” (Sony Pictures Classics); “for violence.” “Don King: Only In America” (HBO Home Video); “for strong…
Broadway receipts of $10,449,494 for the final week of February were down 7% from the previous week, ending on a sour note what traditionally is one of the slowest theater months of the year.
Walt Disney Studios on Monday confirmed that Brillstein-Grey Entertainment president Lloyd Braun has been named to the top TV post at the company. After playing with several different titles on…
Character actor Ken Olfson, who assayed comedy roles on numerous TV shows beginning in the 1970s, died Jan. 13 of a heart attack in Los Angeles. He was 60.
Final ballots for the 70th annual Academy Awards are to be mailed today to the entire Motion Picture Academy voting membership.
Gus Wayne, one of the 124 midgets who graced the screen in “The Wizard of Oz” in 1939, died Jan 23 of heart failure at a nursing home in Lakeland, Fla. He was 77. Wayne had been in ill health since…