With a new regime firmly in power at CNN, veteran executive Tom Johnson abruptly announced Thursday that he will retire from his daily operating responsibilities at the news net.
Despite an overall market that was down, CBS managed to wrangle slight increases from media buyers and, fueled by "Survivor" and "C.S.I.," boosted its Thursday night revenue by more than $100 million…
Peter Johansen has been tapped producer of CBS' "The Late Late Show With Craig Kilborn." Johansen replaces exec producer Mary Connelly and assumes her duties.
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"Citizen Kane," the movie often called and voted the best film of all time, will be introduced on DVD for the first time in a 60th anniversary collector's edition on Sept. 25.
Benjamin Bratt will star as a Latino private detective in TNT's original movie "Chico Cervantes"
Christina Jutterstrom, one of Sweden's top newspaper editors, was appointed CEO of Swedish pubcaster SVT on Wednesday, replacing Maria Curman, who was ousted May 21.
The Spanish Parliament approved Wednesday an umbrella Film and Audiovisual Promotion Law that pulls together disparate previous rulings plus one key new regulation.
World Wrestling Federation Entertainment swung to a net loss of $20 million for the fiscal fourth quarter from a $9.5 million profit the year before, due to losses it racked up from the ill-fated XFL…
Stone Stanley Entertainment, which last asked contestants to find "The Mole," will next follow a group of "Single Girls" as they search for someone even more elusive: Mr. Right.
Comedian Paula Poundstone was arrested in Malibu Wednesday and charged with committing lewd acts upon a child and child endangerment, authorities said.
Siding with broadcasters, key Capitol Hill pols said Tuesday they are against campaign finance reform legislation that would slash rates for political TV ads.