Fox Broadcasting Co., the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences and Nokia will join forces on a public service initiative to be announced on the Emmycast Sept. 12.
Newspapers once again have cried foul to the Federal Communications Commission over rules blocking them from owning a television or radio station in the same market as their paper.
Tom Tapp and Nancy Tartaglione have joined the editorial staff of the Special Reports unit of Daily Variety and Variety as associate editors.
Sid Ganis has been elected president of the Academy Foundation, the educational and cultural arm of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences.
Within a two hour drive of San Francisco are getaway spots to please even the most jaded traveler: the Napa and Sonoma Valleys, Carmel and Monterey peninsula and Big Sur.
Television and Internet broadcaster NewsNet Central said Tuesday it has received investments from Frank Biondi Jr., former head of Universal Studios, and Jules Haimovitz, prexy of MGM Networks.
Corporate bondholders of Planet Hollywood Intl. have given a green light for the ailing restaurant chain to move forward with a restructuring unveiled last week, according to company chairman and CEO…
John Madden, director of Miramax Films' Oscar-laden "Shakespeare in Love," will tackle the Western genre with an adaptation of the Tom Eidson novel "St. Agnes' Stand."
In an election set for completion on Nov. 3, Richard Masur -- running for a third term as president -- will most likely face Eugene Boggs, who earlier this year filed a complaint against Masur and 54…
Aviva Bergman will leave her post at ICM to become senior VP, business affairs, West Coast, for Lifetime.