A group of New York-area meteorologists has filed a complaint with the Federal Communications Commission over the conduct of Fox TV station WNYW Channel 5, New York, during the severe winter storm on…
Broadcast Communications, one of the United Kingdom's major independent TV production groups, has appointed Primetime/RPTA to handle its international program sales.
A leading candidate to succeed Al Sikes as chairman of the Federal Communications Commission pocketed $ 500,000 in 1988 after withdrawing a license challenge to WGMS-FM, Washington.
The Celtic Arts Center in Hollywood has found itself without a theater, as an arson fire set on New Year's Eve managed to destroy the theater's coffeehouse cafe and partially ruin its 50-seat theater.
Jane Glenn Mullen, entertainment publicist, died Sunday in Studio City of cancer. She was 73.
Eastman Kodak climbed steadily on Wall St. yesterday on news that it had a new chief financial officer. The film and camera giant saw its shares gain almost 8% in value, or $ 3.25, to close at $ 45.
Saban Entertainment has pacted with Majestic Entertainment and Triboro Entertainment for the U.S. homevid release of "Dream Date" starring Tempestt Bledsoe, Clifton Davis and Kadeem Hardison…
David B. Wallerstein, 87, retired president of movie theater chain Balaban & Katz (subsequently named ABC/Plitt Theaters) and innovator in the entertainment industry, died Jan. 4 at his home in…
Mitchell Stern has been upped to prexy and chief operating officer of Fox Television Stations.
Rep. Phil Crane (R-Ill.) has offered legislation that would curtail federal funding for the Corp. for Public Broadcasting.
Gerald Lincoln Dolin, a composer, arranger, conductor and pianist, died Dec. 31 of respiratory complications. He was 79.