The Hollywood Arts Council held its seventh annual awards lunch last week to award "Charlies" to those organizations who make meritorious contributions to Hollywood.
Edward Betzer, a Danish film exhibitor, died Jan. 17, in Aarhus, Denmark, of heart failure. He was 73.
Adriene Bowles has left her position as director of publicity and promotions at Skouras Pictures to become director of field publicity & promotions and field marketing at Gramercy Pictures.
The play "Rough Crossing," at the Matrix Theater, opened Jan. 21 and was reviewed the next night; production runs through March 7.
VH-1 and radio syndicator MJI Broadcasting have inked a deal whereby MJI will syndicate an audio program culled from the cable network's soon-to-launch performance show "Center Stage."
Pay-per-view distributor Viewer's Choice launched a new service this week and repositioned another, giving the company three channels of service in the cable marketplace.
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.
Infinity Broadcasting Corp. has completed the acquisition of three Cook Inlet Radio Partners' radio stations: WUSN-FM, Chicago; WZLK-FM, Boston; and WZGC-FM, Atlanta. The company also said it has…