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.
Eleven U.S. senators have written the FCC imploring the agency to provide relief to small cable TV operators threatened by cable reregulation.
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.
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.
A staffer at Fox's Gotham station WNYW-TV has filed a $ 1 million discrimination suit in New York's U.S. District Court against her employer.
Bank of America, which recently ended a 40-year relationship with Disneyland, said it will work with rival Knott's Berry Farm on reaching Hispanic consumers.
News Corp. holds an equivalent stake of 6.4% in the common shares of Image Entertainment Inc. In a filing with the Securities & Exchange Commission, News Corp. said that warrants for 208,970 common…
Ed McMahon has sued a non-profit veterans' aid organization for allegedly using his name without permission.
The recapitalization of Republic Pictures Corp. was completed Tuesday at the annual shareholders meeting, it was announced by chairman/CEO Russell D. Goldsmith.
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…