A federal judge has once again ruled in favor of YouTube, finding that the Google-owned site was not liable for infringing on Viacom's copyrights when its users uploaded tens of thousands of clips…
Dan St Germain
CBS was expected to seek a temporary restraining order Thursday night to halt ABC's production and broadcast of "Glass House," claiming that the Alphabet web's upcoming reality series is a ripoff of…
Editors try many strategies to keep auds happy for hours
Catch me if you can: That challenge from "The Lord of the Rings" blockbuster was cheerfully accepted by "8 Mile," "Catch Me If You Can" and "Two Weeks Notice" which began their foreign excursions in…
After many years without an agreement with Actors' Equity, the late Lucille Lortel's White Barn Theater in Westport, Conn., has re-signed with Equity and will once again be mounting productions of…
TV veteran Brandon Tartikoff and the Smithsonian Institution are developing a half-hour kids gameshow for CBS' Saturday morning lineup in 1998.
Miscasting and klutzy plot development take the shine out of Mad at the Moon, a Wild West amour fou movie that sprouts hairs half-way and turns into a werewolf pic. The second picture by…