Members of Actors Equity, voting in a secret mail referendum, have elected 22 members to serve on the governing council.
Jayne Shadduck Durant, a former Hollywood actress and owner of the old Palms Hotel in Waikiki, died May 29.
In a unique arrangement between Group W and Tribune Broadcasting, two stations in Philadelphia will carry Tribune Entertainment's sports, fitness and adventure show "Energy Express" on weekend…
A song on Prince's last album declared, "My name is Prince." Now it isn't. But what is it? The Minneapolis-born pop star celebrated his 35th birthday Monday by changing his name and announcing he's…
Larry Kasanoff, one of the partners and masterminds behind the Lightstorm Entertainment multi-pic scheme, has ankled the company, throwing into question the future of the global enterprise once…
World African Network, the 24-hour pay cable web that launches in June 1994, got a key endorsement Sunday when a top Time Warner exec urged TW cable systems to carry the service.
Hollywood exex are expected to face a grilling today at a Senate hearing on TV violence. Issue of TV violence has suddenly become all the rage on Capitol Hill, with lawmakers threatening retribution…
Agent Ted Kurland Monday accused a local German government office of canceling a concert booking for keyboardist/composer Chick Corea because of the performer's affiliation with the Church of…
ESPN, Capital Cities/ABC Inc.'s 80%-owned national cable sports network, Monday unveiled plans for a second web, ESPN 2, which will target young and light-to-moderate sports viewers.
Six U.S. TV production exex are currently touring Oz as part of an "Inward Visitors Program" launched earlier this year by the government's trade department and two state film bodies, Pacific Film…
Sting, Ted Danson, Don Henley, Robert Redford, Jane Fonda and Pele are among those scheduled to receive Earth Day International Awards at ceremonies to be held Thursday in Los Angeles and New York.