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.
Graff Pay-Per-View Inc. announced that it completed a $ 4 million private placement to mainly institutional holders.
News Corp. Ltd., parent of 20th Century Fox, received a positive nod from Standard & Poor's yesterday, with a BBB- rating to News America's recent $ 1 billion debt offering. S&P raised the rating…
CBS will fight reality with reality beginning March 10, scheduling the Lorimar TV reality series "How'd They Do That?" at 8 p.m. Wednesdays opposite NBC's "Unsolved Mysteries."
Bert Andrews, a photographer who chronicled black theater, died of stomach cancer Jan. 25.
Producers Richard D. Zanuck and Lili Fini Zanuck and MGM have set "The Bodyguard" director Mick Jackson and "Wayne's World" star Dana Carvey for their comedy "Clean Slate" (Daily Variety, Jan. 19)…
Gramercy Pictures announced on Friday the selection of its national ad agency and in-house West Coast director of publicity.
Time Warner Cable and a joint venture between Sony Software Corp. and Warner Music Group have joined the Digital Cable Radio Associates L.P. equity partnership.
"Kung Fu: The Legend Continues" averaged a 9.9 rating, 14 share in Nielsen metered markets for its two-hour premiere last week, doubling the average of stations in the slot compared to last year.
Linda Bloodworth-Thomason and her husband, Harry Thomason, will be this year's recipients of the Publicists' Guild Television Showmanship Award.