The 19th annual American Women in Radio & Television National Commendation Awards saluted CBS' "Murphy Brown" and "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman," Metromedia's "The Jerry Springer Show," ABC's "PrimeTime…
ESPN for the first time led all nominees for the 15th annual Sports Emmy Awards, which will be presentedApril 19.
Credit Lyonnais, the longtime film industry banker and owner of MGM/UA, reported a massive 6.9 billion francs ($ 1.2 billion) loss for 1993 and warned Thursday that it will not be developing new…
Polygram has become the first Western record company to set up shop in Russia. The London-based music giant has agreed to acquire the record and music publishing business of BIZ Enterprises, a…
About 40 Los Angeles city officials joined with production execs at ABC Wednesday to learn about the film production process and discuss industry and city concerns regarding filming. Industry reps…
CBS Inc. has filed a trademark infringement suit against two brothers who plan to open a chain of restaurants named Television City.
Ted Turner says his company, along with a consortium of broadcasters, will compete with satcaster Star TV once new satellites have been launched in the Pacific region.
European Commission audiovisual chief Joao de Deus Pinheiro has given a sneak preview of his strategy for restructuring the European Union's troubled audiovisual industry -- due to be released in…
Tobacco giant Philip Morris filed a $ 10 billion libel lawsuit against ABC on Thursday, claiming it was defamed by two reports alleging the company spikes its cigarettes with extra nicotine to lure…
Jaclyn Smith has agreed to star in a TV movie adaptation of Bill C. Davis’ play “Spine,” to be produced by Dick Clark Prods. Clark and Neil Stearns will exec produce the project, which doesn’t have a…
Michael Douglas has set up a new production company with former New Regency Prods. prexy Steven Reuther, folding Stonebridge Prods., his Columbia-based production company, in the process.