Home Box Office's original movie "Blind Side" generated a 16.7/26 with HBO's cable universe beating programming airing on each of the Big Three networks.
As expected, Live Entertainment Inc. filed a prepackaged plan of reorganization yesterday. The move was made, according to the firm, to complete the restructuring of its 14.5% senior subordinated…
Patricia K. Meyer and Paul Mitchell Rosenblum, Dec. 31, Wilshire Boulevard Temple.
Sen. John Danforth (R-Mo.), a leading cable TV critic in Congress, announced this week he will resign when his term ends in 1994.
Thomas A. Priestley, a photographer and documentary filmmaker who filmed the liberation of the Buchenwald concentration camp, died Jan. 28 of a heart attack. He was 75.
Walt Disney Co. has formed a joint venture in India that will put Disney-licensed products in competition with numerous counterfeits.
Frank Mancuso, who's been lying low since he left Paramount, re-emerges with an extremely high-profile project to be directed by Jack Nicholson and starring Nick Nolte. Details in DISH, page 27.
Edward Charles (Tom) Richley, an orchestral percussionist for Big Band-era groups and numerous radio and television shows, died Jan. 22 of heart failure at age 91.
Columbia TriStar posted its best U.K. debut ever with the past weekend's record $ 4,003,125 opening of "Bram Stoker's Dracula."
Following an 11th-hour bargaining session, the Writer's Guild of America East and Capital Cities/ABC have reached an agreement on a three-year contract covering news staffers on the network and local…
Actor Glenn Corbett died Jan. 16 in San Antonio after a six-month battle with lung cancer. He was 59. An L.A. native, he attended Occidental College appearing in numerous plays and eventually made…