Reeling from what they called "one of the bloodiest months in TV history," 19 national organizations Monday formed a Citizens Task Force to battle video violence.
In a move to bolster its literary division following last March's departure of two partners, Metropolitan Talent Agency has brought former William Morris agent Maryann Kelly on board to rep writers…
Cable TV operators must repair damaged relations with Washington if they are to survive and prosper, National Cable TV Assn. president James Mooney said Monday.
The National Endowment for the Arts agreed Friday to pay $ 252,000 to four artists whose grant application were rejected in 1990 amid conservative complaints that the government was supporting…
What happens if you have a young genius who happens to be more gifted behind the camera? Chances are, you'll just have to wait until your baby turns 18 before he or she can get work in those fields.
Producer Robert Evans, one of 250 defendants accused in a class action lawsuit of participating in a scheme to defraud investors of $ 6.4 million, denied any wrongdoing in the case.
It turns out Seagram isn't the only Montreal-based conglomerate with an interest in Time Warner.
Four years ago, Michlene Ragsdale, a mother of twins, was as far away from show business as you could get. Then she became president of her local twins club and started getting phone calls from…
As the terrain for adult actors toughens, will child actors begin feeling the pinch?
Image Entertainment Inc. said it "projects" profits for the first quarter ending June 30, compared with last year's net loss of $ 1.7 million.
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