Clint Black, Jody Watley and Garry Shandling will announce the nominations for the National Assn. of Recording Arts & Sciences’ 36th annual Grammy Awards. NARAS president Mike Greene will join the…
A federal appeals court has denied Hollywood's request for a stay of a lower court ruling tossing out antitrust consent decrees imposed on the Big Three networks.
The backers of "The Miss Howard Stern New Year's Eve Pageant" have projected the special is on target to become the largest pay-per-view event ever.
Add Four Point Entertainment's "Nightmare on Elm Drive: The Menendez Murders, " at NBC, to the list of TV projects being developed related to the high-profile murder trial.
Fox Broadcasting Co. has given David Hill the title of president, Fox Sports, with the former head of Sky Sports to relocate from the U.K. to Los Angeles.
It is nearly impossible to watch CBS' "Broken Promises: Taking Emily Back" without feeling powerful emotions when the indigent parents hand over Emily to a well-to-do couple and the toddler cries for…
In moves designed to bulwark the European entertainment industry against increasing dominance by the U.S., both France and Spain have taken separate steps to slap quotas on U.S. showbiz imports.
MOTION PICTURES DRAMA “The Age of Innocence”– Columbia Pictures (Columbia Pictures) “In the Name of the Father”– Jim Sheridan Prods. (Universal Pictures) “The Piano”– Jan Chapman Prods. (Miramax…
The NFL couldn't land Garth Brooks, so they did the next best thing by tapping four of country music's hottest acts to perform during Super Bowl XXVIII's halftime ceremonies.
MoJazz, the jazz imprint of Motown, will kick off its first anniversary celebration with a taped-for-TV event as part of the grand opening festivities of the House of Blues club in New Orleans.
In an emotional televised speech, singer Michael Jackson Wednesday declared his innocence of child molestation allegations and admitted law enforcement authorities ordered a body search of him.