Singer Michael Jackson resumed his world tour Friday, performing to a sold-out crowd in Bangkok, Thailand, and completing the leg of his tour that was delayed for two days while he recovered from…
Michael Jackson's lawyer, Howard Weitzman, described as "totally false" the allegations of a 13-year-old boy who claims he was molested by Jackson.
Whoopi Goldberg may be doing her best not to sound like Kim Basinger today when a Los Angeles Superior Court judge rules on her motion for a summary judgment in a case where she allegedly backed out…
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E.W. Scripps Co. said it will launch a new home and garden cable television network in fall 1994. Home & Garden Television Network will be operated through its unit, Scripps Howard Broadcasting Co.
Virgin Communications Ltd. of the U.K. is considering spinning off its U.S.-based entertainment unit through an initial public offering in the U.S., chairman Robert Devereux told Dow Jones.
Home Shopping Network Inc. has named Michael W.D. McMullen president of its new international division, the St. Petersburgh, Fla.-based company said Thursday.
Berlin's International Funkaustellung (IFA), the world's largest consumer electronics meet, has kicked off here.
Record retailer Wherehouse Entertainment has dropped its lawsuit against CEMA Distribution following the distrib's announcement Thursday that it had agreed to resume cooperative advertising with…
As the media feeding frenzy over the accusations aimed at Michael Jackson continued for a third day, the singer's record label and tour sponsor are privately concerned that even if the pop star is…
Ivan Nagy, who is up to his eyeballs in the Heidi Fleiss scandal, got a break Wednesday when a municipal court commissioner gave prosecutors two weeks to file charges against him.
Congress should pass legislation ensuring safeguards against potential telephone comph'wany abuses once the Baby Bells enter the cable TV arena, a liberal public interest group said Wednesday.