The American Film Institute announced that its fourth annual Third Decade Council's Motion Picture Conference will open with "A Conversation With Jeffrey Katzenberg," Jan. 9 on the AFI campus.
A photography book that will raise money for AIDS services features pix of Ann-Margret, Nicholas Cage, Cher, Jamie Lee Curtis and Shirley MacLaine in their homes.
Bruce Kaplan, an expert in folk and ethnic music who founded Flying Fish Records, died Dec. 15 of viral meningitis.
Larry Bennett has bought back control of the company he founded in 1984, vidcassette manufacturer Premiere Video Duplicators. Although deal was made in November, terms haven't been disclosed.
The Laugh Factory, continuing a tradition begun 13 years ago, will provide free Christmas dinners for struggling comics, writers and actors at its 8001 Sunset Blvd. location. Turkey and all the…
NBC will in fact be able to get in TV Guide ads in most markets for its movie "Amy Fisher: My Story" (Daily Variety, Dec. 17). The network moved up the vidpic to Dec. 28 to beat rival ABC and CBS…
The quarterly expiration of futures and options sent stocks rocketing Friday and pumped up the trading volume on the New York Stock Exchange to its highest level since October 1989.
Live Entertainment Inc. on Friday began mailing to some stockholders a prospectus, consent solicitation, proxy statement and solicitation of prepackaged plan acceptances to implement exchange offers…
Ken Burgess and Diana Wilkin have joined Fox Net -- Fox Broadcasting Co.'s satellite-delivered program service -- as general sales managers of local offices in Corpus Christi, Texas, and Wilmington…
Repre-sentatives of the Writers Guild of America East and Capital Cities/ABC are scheduled to open negotiations on a new contract to succeed the current three-year pact, which expires on Feb. 1, 1993.
Bill Coveny will join Fox Broadcasting Co. as VP of current programming, ankling his post as director of current programs at CBS.