Fresh off a monthlong recess, Congress returns to the fray today and is expected to jump-start the anti-TV violence bandwagon.
A written agreement claiming singer Michael Jackson paid $ 600,000 to have child abuse allegations lodged against him kept quiet surfaced Friday. Jackson's reps have called the agreement a phony…
Panel wonders what effect the child abuse allegations could have on Michael Jackson's career.
The FCC recently went on record opposing the proposed settlement of an antitrust lawsuit against top U.S. cable companies accused of trying to thwart competition in the direct broadcast satellite…
The National Endowment for the Arts will restore $ 17,500 in grants to three gay- and lesbian-themed film festivals, including one backed by the Gay & Lesbian Media Coalition in L.A. The move…
"ARD is not broke. It will not do its competitors the favor of going under," topper Jobst Plog recently told journalists in Berlin.
Record retailer Wherehouse Entertainment has dropped its lawsuit against CEMA Distribution following the distrib's announcement Aug. 26 that it had agreed to resume cooperative advertising with…
In the wake of published allegations of sexual harassment by founding artistic director Israel Horovitz, the board of the nonprofit Gloucester Stage Company has adopted and made public a harassment…
Having nabbed a 10.5 rating/19 share for its premiere episode Aug. 26, CBS' "Angel Falls" can no longer keep its little secret hidden.
The Federal Communications Commission reversed course Aug. 27 and decided to allow cable systems affiliated with a program supplier to pass through program costs to consumers at fair market value.