Sid Sidney, a violinist, music supervisor and music editor, died Nov. 18 of complications from Parkinson's disease.
Fox Broadcasting's February sweeps lineup highlights include a three-episode arc of "Martin" in which viewer calls will determine the story's outcome, as well as theatricals "Licence to Kill" and…
The National Assn. of Broadcasters this week reaffirmed voluntary program guidelines adopted in 1990.
Warner Bros.' "The Bodyguard" biffed the box office in Oz last weekend, with a 123-screen record opening of $ A2,817,383 ($ 1,906,805).
Eastman Kodak Co. yesterday announced a series of aggressive actions to improve the company's performance, including large layoffs, mostly in the film imaging group.
Fox Inc. says the majority of Los Angeles residents support its expansion and renovation plans-- including those living in areas adjacent to the Century City-based studio.
Charles B. (Hoppy) Hopkins, studio sound engineer, died Jan. 18 at St. Joseph's Hospital in Burbank after an illness.
British production group SelecTV has reported six-month profits of T287,000 ( $ 444,000), a 61% increase over last year. Sales grew 17% to $ 9.8 million.
Audrey Hepburn has been named to receive the Hal Roach Entertainment Award, to be presented May 5 at 8 p.m. at the Regent Beverly Wilshire Hotel in L.A.
CBS has reached an agreement with star Angela Lansbury and Universal TV on two additional seasons of "Murder, She Wrote," the web's highest-rated drama series.