The Northridge earthquake registered high on the Nielsen scale in the 28 Nielsen-metered markets outside Los Angeles, but the big ratings the networks garnered from their daytime coverage and news…
The entertainment community put business on hold indefinitely Monday as tremors rocked the mostly empty studio lots and offices all day following a Monday morning earthquake that killed at least 27…
Shares of the News Corp Ltd. surged in Australia Monday following comments by chairman and chief executive Rupert Murdoch on forthcoming second-quarter earnings and other recent corporate…
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Fox Broadcasting Co. had something to smile about before the ground started shaking as its new sitcom, "The George Carlin Show," got off to a strong startSunday, according to preliminary Nielsen…
Michael Richards will host the sixth annual Aspen Comedy Festival Thursday through Saturday, culminating with the taping of a pair of hourlong syndicated specials that will be distributed for early…
In a replay of when the first U.S. bombs hit Baghdad, CNN anchor Bernard Shaw got the all-news station on the air first with news of the Northridge earthquake at 4:31 a.m. Monday.
Final figures are not tabulated yet but are likely to show that the U.S. majors collectively reaped more theatrical revenues overseas in 1993 than at home.
Local broadcasters, already reeling through Southern California's economic recession, were dealt another blow by the massive earthquake that rocked the San Fernando Valley early Monday.
The Australian B.O. maintained a six-year upward spiral in 1993 as gross revenues jumped by 15% to $ A369 million ($ 250 million).