Nationwide ratings for ABC's first National Basketball Assn. telecasts rose 3% from last year, giving the two games the best average rating for an NBA Christmas Day doubleheader since 1999.
The Federal Trade Commission has lifted restrictions on Viacom chairman-CEO Sumner Redstone's upping his already hefty stake in Midway Games, the money-losing company behind popular videogame "Mortal…
The nation's two satellite radio stocks soared Monday as reports of strong holiday sales clearly convinced some investors that the young industry is hitting its stride.
Edgar Bronfman Jr. apparently is moving back into the family's good graces, or at least back into its office building.
"The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King" leads the list of nominees for the 2003 awards presented by the Online Film Critics Society.
Former top America Online exec Kenneth Novack, a close ally of Steve Case, quietly resigned earlier this month from a post many may have forgotten he still held -- vice chairman of Time Warner.
Nomination ballots for the 76th Academy Awards were mailed Monday to the 5,803 voting members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences.
Landmark Theaters is set to open an eight-screen arthouse in northwest Washington, D.C., on Jan. 9. The E Street Cinema is located in the Lincoln Square Building at 555 11th St. NW, with an entrance…
Goodbye, Carrie. Hello, Tony. Just as "Sex and the City" bids farewell Feb. 22, the fifth, and most likely penultimate, season of "The Sopranos" will kick off March 7 with the first of 13 new…
LucasArts' "Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic" and Nintendo's "The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker" are the big winners in end-of-year awards from some of the most popular Web sites for gamers.
A $100 iPod may be on the way, according to Apple industry watchers, who report CEO Steve Jobs will announce a new line of less expensive iPods at MacWorld Expo next week.