Passage of anti-violence legislation could have a "devastating impact" on commercial broadcasters, Assn. of Independent Television Stations president Jim Hedlund warned Sunday.
Kelvin MacKenzie, editor of Britain's best-selling newspaper, resigned Friday to take a job as managing director of British Sky Broadcasting.
Buena Vista Television president Bob Jacquemin is out. The Walt Disney Studios confirmed Sunday that Jacquemin, who has headed the company's syndication wing for the past nine years, will resign…
"Schindler's List," Steven Spielberg's haunting and powerful film about a Nazi businessman's rescue of Jews during the Holocaust took honors for dramatic picture, director and motion picture…
No sooner had Hollywood begun to resume its normal rhythms and activity Friday -- however tentatively -- then a new series of strong aftershocks sent many people home.
With last Monday's deadly earthquake still at the front of most people's minds, it wasn't surprising that it was one of the hottest topics backstage in the press rooms set up for the presenters and…
Calls of "B-10!" and "I-6!" will soar over the TV airwaves when a new interactive bingo game starts broadcasting in April from an Oklahoma Indian reservation.
CBS will preview the Winter Olympics during the Hollywood Radio & Television Society newsmaker luncheon Feb. 1 at the BevWilshire Hotel. Topics at upcoming luncheons will include off-network TV…
MOTION PICTURES DRAMA “Schindler's List”– Universal/Amblin Entertainment (Universal) ACTRESS, DRAMA Holly Hunter –“The Piano” ACTOR, DRAMA Tom Hanks –“Philadelphia” MUSICAL OR COMEDY “Mrs…
Broadcast network execs have done an about-face and tentatively agreed to use an independent monitor to assess the violence content in programming.