Cablevision Systems Corp., the nation's fourth-largest cable operator, Friday reported improved operating results for the fourth quarter and year ended Dec. 31, 1992.
At least three features and five TV dramas about the life of Mao Tse-tung are to be screened this year to commemorate the centenary of his birth, Dec. 26.
The Publicists Guild has announced nominees for this year's film and TV publicity campaigns. In the film arena, the nominees are: Walt Disney Pictures Publicity Dept.
"I'M THE SOLE stockholder, the CEO, the man. Me and my manager are the owners of this thing." So says Ice-T, aka Tracy Marrow, on the subject of his new label, Rhyme Syndicate. The vanity imprint…
Six TV broadcasters have been elected to the National Assn. of Broadcasters TV Board of Directors. Elected were incumbent members Bruce McGorrill, CEO of Portland, Maine-based Maine Broadcasting, and…
Last Week…$ 70,400,000 1992…$ 71,900,000 1991…$ 95,200,000 Year to date…$ 820,600,000 *1992…$ 744,600,000 1991…$ 965,900,000 *– one week less
Reed Elsevier, the recently merged international publishing giant, reported its first combined financial results yesterday, showing a 26% jump in operating profits, to $ 836 million, and a 9%…
Warner Bros. has optioned Steven Kampmann's screenplay "Preston" for $ 100, 000 against $ 500,000. Renfield Prods.' Mike Finnell and Joe Dante will co-produce.
Rysher Entertainment has cleared "And the Winner Is," its 1993 Academy Awards one-hour preview spec, in 80 markets covering 85% of the country.
The Disney Channel's push to shed its kids-only tag is apparently paying big dividends as the service announced it has cleared the 7 million subscription plateau with an increase of 832,000…
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