French pay-TV channel Canal Plus said its consolidated first-half revenues rose 9.5% to 4.259 billion francs ($ 720 million) from the first half of 1992.
A judge on Tuesday dismissed three of four complaints in a lawsuit by singer-actress Martha Raye, who claims Bette Midler ripped off her life story to make the film "For the Boys," an attorney said.
Fred Dalton Thompson, a lawyer who portrays the White House chief of staff in the film "In the Line of Fire," wants a new job: Al Gore's former Senate seat.
Eleven U.S. senators have written the FCC imploring the agency to provide relief to small cable TV operators threatened by cable reregulation.
The FCC has denied a request from consumer groups that would have allowed cable TV customers to immediately begin deducting 15% from their monthly bills.
The slate for the upcoming officer and board election for the Writers Guild of America West has broadened, with seven new board candidates now running by petition.
A new study indicating that TV violence has ebbed hints that the networks and Hollywood programmers may be turning the corner on the problem, Sen. Paul Simon (D-Ill.) said Wednesday.
An expanding array of products enabled comic-book publisher Marvel Entertainment Group Inc. to post super operating results for its second quarter ended June 30.
French media and advertising group Havas SA said its first-half consolidated revenues rose 2.7% to 14.66 billion francs ($ 2.49 billion) compared with the first half of 1992.
In a vitriolic atmosphere, attorneys representing singer Yvette Marine attacked the credibility of Paula Abdul, who took the stand in federal court Tuesday to dispute claims she was not the sole…