Creditors clamoring for the immediate sale of the assets of the renowned Hungaroton record label will not receive satisfaction from the Hungarian State Property Agency (SPA), the office responsible…
Philips Media, the umbrella moniker for Philips Electronics' media and software group, has restructured operations to position itself globally for emerging technologies.
Documentary filmmaker Barbara Leibovitz received the Roy W. Dean Film Grant Award last week at the Directors Guild.
Mac Davis will replace Keith Carradine in the lead role of "Will Rogers Follies," currently running at the Pantages Theater.
While the Heidi Fleiss scandal rocks Hollywood like an earthquake, the Japanese entertainment world is feeling only the faintest of tremors.
NBC News president Andrew Lack's pledge of a back-and-forth early morning battle appears to be materializing, with "Today" edging "Good Morning America" for the third time in the last five weeks.
A Los Angeles comedian who appeared in "Pretty Woman" and "L.A. Story" suffered minor injuries when he was attacked by three robbers after performing at a comedy club near Fisherman's Wharf.
Warner Bros. president Terry Semel, joining chairman Robert Daly, has come to terms on a five-year contract extension. This assures a continuation of the leadership that has piloted the studio…
Euro Disney SCA Friday reported a 2.4% revenue fall for the second quarter as the theme park struggled to attract visitors while economic troubles in Europe held down tourism.
'Sleepless in Seattle' $ 100 million By hitting that milestone on Saturday, TriStar's romantic comedy proved that a non-action picture can be a summer hit, too. Story, page 11.