It was going to be another by-the-book affiliates presentation, but with his new promotion, Leslie Moonves made a point of assuring CBS station execs Wednesday that the Eye remains "the jewel in my…
The WB's family drama "Summerland," the first of a bigger wave of summer programming on the broadcast nets this year, launched to promising numbers Tuesday night with its two-hour premiere.
The big conclusion to the highest-rated season of "American Idol" to date powered Fox to an easy primetime ratings victory last week.
A&E is paying homage to Dwight Eisenhower and Tom Selleck.
Paramount co-head and chairman of the Viacom entertainment group Jonathan Dolgen resigned abruptly Wednesday afternoon, saying the new management structure of parent Viacom left him without a role.
Avril Lavigne nabbed her first No. 1 album as "Under My Skin" debuted at the top of the nation's album sales chart for the week ended Sunday, according to SoundScan.
If Michael Eisner has his way, Disney is no more likely to sell Miramax than it would be to give up Disneyland -- with or without Bob and Harvey Weinstein at the helm.
Quentin Tarantino's "Kill Bill Vol. 2" will open the Moscow Intl. Film Festival on June 18, amid speculation the helmer will be on hand in the Russian capital.
In recognition of the growing importance of DVDs to the overall revenues of media content, the Mipcom TV market is inaugurating a competition rewarding creativity and innovation in DVD content.
Showbiz labor tension ratcheted up Wednesday as the Writers Guild of America emphatically rejected a final contract offer from the Hollywood studios and nets but urged that negotiations continue.
Thanks to Michael Wilson and Brian Cartmell, Michael Moore's "Fahrenheit 9/11" may get a little hotter. For the past 14 months, the Minneapolis-based Wilson has devoted himself to making his own…