Arnold Schwarzenegger, the muscular star of such films as "Terminator 2," "Twins" and "Conan," will be the American Cinematheque's 1998 Moving Picture Ball honoree Sept. 12 at the Beverly Hilton…
LATIN AMERICA Country Music Television Intl. plans to open a Latin America office in Miami later this month, following the recent end of a distribution accord with CBS Cable. CMT Intl., which in…
WNBC is getting out of the midday news business. The NBC flagship station will dump the low- rated 11:30 a.m. edition of "NewsChannel 4'' in early September to make room for the new syndicated talker…
After seeing dramatic attendance leaps in the last several years, the San Francisco Intl. Lesbian & Gay Film Festival's 22nd annum is expanding from 10 to 11 programming days. Event unspools June…
Gary Gersh, prexy/CEO of Capitol Records, has let it be known that he's unhappy with the cutbacks mandated by chieftains at EMI, the label's parent, and that they could impact his label's ability to…
Steve Sanders, who was part of the Oak Ridge Boys for nearly a decade and sang on some of the million-selling group's later hits, died early June 10 in his Florida home. His wife told police he shot…
The American Film Institute's "100 Years ... 100 Movies" special generated boffo business at the Nielsen box office, unspooling CBS' most competitive Tuesday adults 18-49 finish since February's…
Cablevison's Madison Square Garden announced Wednesday that Arlen Kantarian has resigned as president and CEO of Radio City Prods.
Former "Good Morning America" co-host Joan Lunden is said to be close to inking a syndie TV deal with Warner Bros.' Telepictures Prods.
Screenwriter Ron Hutchinson, who shared an Emmy for HBO's "Murderers Among Us: The Simon Wiesenthal Story," has been signed by DreamWorks to a two-year writing deal.