The Buffalo Bills kept things close long enough to generate huge Super Bowl numbers, as the game crossed the Nielsen goal line with its highest rating in seven years.
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Facing unprecedented pressure from Capitol Hill to curb TV violence, cable and broadcast industry representatives will hold two press conferences today to unveil a series of voluntary initiatives…
Private Music has been acquired by the Bertelsmann Music Group, giving the niche record label the financial and marketing support of a major, but without the headaches.
Jonathan Axelrod and James Widdoes, two exec producers on the hit CBS sitcom "Dave's World," are close to signing an exclusive pact to develop and produce series with CBS Entertainment Prods.
TV's "Seinfeld," the film "Philadelphia" and the play "Angels in America" were among the 1994 Media Awards given by the Los Angeles and New York chapters of the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against…
Samuel Goldwyn Co. picked up the rights to produce and distribute "The Madness of George III," the acclaimed British play that looks at the brief bout of insanity of the king who lost the colonies.
The law firm Alexander, Halloran, Nau & Shanker announced a name change Friday to include partner Billy Rose, who has been with the firm since January 1993.
Buz Kohan has been named a writer for the 66th Academy Awards show. Kohan, an Oscar writer eight times before, has received 28 Emmy nominations and won 13 times, including two for the 63rd and 64th…
ABC will seek to expand its weekly "ABC in Concert" latenight franchise with an hourlong country-music version of the show that will be scheduled through the summer opposite "Saturday Night Live" at…