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.
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.
Ed McMahon has sued a non-profit veterans' aid organization for allegedly using his name without permission.
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…