Less than four years after Capitol Records shuttered its black music division, the label is poised to jumpstart the arm, thanks to a pair of artist signings.
The trend toward home viewing of films will accelerate in the U.S. over the next five years, according to research conducted by Veronis, Suhler & Associates, a New York investment banking firm.
Spelling Films has made a deal with Mike Newell and his Dogstar Prods. to develop a remake of "The Grass Is Greener," the 1960 comedy about a penniless English earl whose wife has an affair with a…
The White House is warning Republicans that it has "serious problems" with a pending budget bill that hands broadcasters a multibillion-dollar slice of airwaves for free, while also loosening the…
"Toy Story" will air as the season premiere of ABC's "The Wonderful World of Disney."
The Motion Picture Assn. of America has named Vans Stevenson to the post of senior vice president of state legislation.
Planet Hollywood and AMC Entertainment announced Thursday a joint venture to develop and operate a chain of complexes that combine moviegoing, dining and retail shopping.
Frank L. Davis, a 31-year veteran of MGM, is leaving his position as senior executive VP of business affairs for the MGM and UA units, but will remain at the studio in a consulting capacity, the…
Two top names on Broadway are very close to pairing on a feature film. Nathan Lane is attached to star in the Island Pictures comedy "The Best Man," and talks are under way with director Jerry Zaks…
Corinne Bouygues went on vacation this week, but not before she had resigned from the TF1 television network her father bought in 1987.
The White House has abandoned its first choice for chairman of the Federal Communications Commission and will now nominate William Kennard to replace FCC topper Reed Hundt, sources confirmed Thursday.