I too went through similar questions when I was applying (long time ago!). Frequently, Communications degrees and programs are listed under Public Administration or Fine Arts. Just make sure you confirm that the program indeed focuses on the core meaning of the term. That said, if you know you want to work in Entertainment for sure, then go for the degree with focus on "Entertainment and Tourism" as you've listed. One thing to consider is the specialization benefit also could narrow you down to that one field after you graduate, whereas a generic degree will allow you to keep your options wide open -- should your interests change over the next couple of years.
Rekha recommends the following next steps:
- Confirm if each or both programs offer what you hope to gain out of it.
- Ask yourself if you're positive to focus only on the entertainment industry or want to keep your options open.