Financially hobbled Carolco Pictures, moving to restructure its debt and spring back to life, launched a crucial exchange offer Thursday. By October, it will find out if bondholders are on board.
Doug Davidson, aka detective Paul Williams on CBS' "The Young and the Restless" since 1978, has won the hosting job on the syndicated version of "The Price Is Right."
A former Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/Pathe executive is seeking a federal court declaration that would allow him to return to the U.S. as a businessman/visitor despite a 1992 deportation.
Sally Jessy Raphael has signed a new five-year contract with Multimedia Inc. worth $ 25 million; the deal carries her successful syndicated talkshow through the 1997-98 TV season.
Turner Broadcasting System Inc. has turned the page on another use for the cartoon characters it owns as a result of its acquisition of Hanna-Barbera.
CBS stock Up $ 19 per share Maybe there were 10 reasons for the eye-popping surge in the network's stock, but media analysts credited one in particular: the web's new latenight talkshow host, David…
Wall Street is waking up to David Letterman. Media analysts credited the Eye Web's new latenight talkshow host for an incredible $ 19-a-share surge in CBS stock on Wednesday.
Comcast Corp. Wednesday announced the offering of $ 250 million of 3 3/8%/5 1/2% "step-up" convertible subordinated debentures due 2005.
The E.W. Scripps Co. has become the latest network-affiliated station group to take on the webs. Scripps is launching a full-fledged Hollywood TV and film production company that will create fare to…
Country music Fanfest '94 bows in May at the L.A. County Fairplex in Pomona, featuring performances and personal appearances.
With five weeks remaining in an SRO run of "Phantom of the Opera," members of the Kennedy Center's house orchestra agreed to strike Wednesday over plans by the Center to eliminate certain worker…