Daily Variety columnist Army Archerd has been elected to the Townsend Harris Hall of Fame, honoring alumni of the New York high school.
ABC Prods. has signed a groundbreaking production deal with the Vancouver-based Beacon Group of Companies -- only with a twist.
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Joseph Pulitzer Jr., chairman of Pulitzer Publishing Co. and former editor and publisher of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, died Wednesday of cancer at his home. He was 80.
20th Century Fox will redeem all outstanding subordinated debentures July 1 for $ 51.4 million plus accrued interest. The studio said there are two classes of debentures outstanding: 10 1/4%…
Concert promoters William Gomez and Jeffrey Sanker have sued the Hollywood Palladium for allegedly canceling a Valentine's Day concert featuring Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch without giving a reason.
John Holland, legit, TV and film thesp, died May 21 of respiratory failure and pneumonia at the Motion Picture Hospital in Woodland Hills. He was 85.
Dennis Stanfill, co-chairman and co-chief executive officer of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, is expected to resign as early as today at a shareholders' meeting in Paris, sources said Wednesday.
In an effort to give more Americans access to its historic collection of documents, photographs and films, the Library of Congress has mailed computer and video disks containing highlights of the…
Lance Webster has been named associate director, national press relations, for the Public Broadcasting Service, heading up the Los Angeles office and replacing Marcy DeVeaux, who has left to become…
John Ludlow Gould, a pioneering television and radio critic who wrote under the byline Jack Gould for the New York Times, died May 24 in Concord, Calif., of complications from a gall bladder…