Gaylord Entertainment Co. posted a threefold increase in net income for the fourth quarter ended Dec. 31, a record. Profits jumped to $ 8.8 million from $ 2 .9 million.
Westwood One, the ailing radio broadcaster, posted wider losses for the year and last quarter. The company recorded a net loss of $ 4.3 million (29 cents a share) for the fourth quarter ended Dec…
Fox Broadcasting Co. will go to a regular seven nights of programming beginning June 21, when its "Fox Night at the Movies" slot will become a weekly entry on the weblet.
Have Oscar nominators spoiled "The Crying Game" game? The Irish thriller, an art-house hit now opening nationwide, collected six nominations yesterday for the 65th annual Academy Awards, including…
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co.'s MCA Inc. said Frank P. Stanek was named president of its MCA Enterprises Intl. unit, succeeding J. Anthony Young.
The first of two hearings of the National Film Preservation Board of the Library of Congress took place Friday in Los Angeles to take testimony on the state of American film preservation and…
The U.S. Dept. of Justice has offered a ringing endorsement of a provision in the new cable law that requires cable operators to guarantee carriage of most broadcast stations.
The Federal Communications Commission has asked a federal court to return a Fairness Doctrine case to the FCC, where presumably the commission could vote to reimpose the regulation that forces…
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UCLA Extension will present a one-day seminar, "Getting Through the Maze: A Writer's Guide to TV Program Development," on March 13, moderated by writer/producer Howard Jay Smith, a former development…
Members of the Vandellas and the Marvelettes, whose 1960s hits included "Heat Wave" and "Please, Mr. Postman," have sued Motown, claiming the record company broke contracts by failing to pay…