From the moment exhibitors entered the New Line/Fine Line-sponsored luncheon Tuesday at Bally's, multiple screens adorned with the leering mug of comic Jim Carrey as the zoot-suited lead in "The…
In an unprecedented move, President Fidel Ramos reversed his appointed censors and allowed the screening of Steven Spielberg's "Schindler's List" without cuts.
Former MGM exec Don Barrett has joined Nest Prods. as a senior veepee of marketing, just in time to help the fledgling indie market its first theatrical release, "The Swan Princess."
New Line Cinema, Black Entertainment Television and Reebok have announced co-sponsorship of a slam dunk basketball contest for inner city kids, keyed to the release of the hoops pic "Above the Rim."
Suzan Mischer has resigned her post as VP, entertainment & information specials, at CBS Entertainment, effective in April 1.
Cable's ability to compete with telephone companies in the delivery of "information superhighway" technologies will be delayed at least 18 months as a result of new FCC rate regulation rules.
The FCC has OK'd the transfer of seven Paramount TV stations to Viacom, and the agency also agreed to permit Viacom to own radio/TV station combinations in both Washington D.C. and Detroit.
NBC will bring back the Universal TV drama "Law & Order" next season, the show's fifth. The series, from producer Dick Wolf, is averaging an 11.3 rating/19 share in Nielsen season to date.
Bernadette Peters will sing and perform the opening number on the 66th Academy Awards show, which will be broadcast by ABC live at 6 p.m. March 21 from the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. It will be…
Columbia TriStar TV Distribution is seeking a minimum of $ 125,000 per week, or the hefty sum of roughly $ 200,000 per episode, for the highly hyped off-net sitcom "Seinfeld" in New York, according…
As another sign that MCA is looking to push many of its divisions into the interactive world, the company announced that Alex Melnyk has been named VP of interactive media, a new post, for the MCA…