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
Prism Entertainment Corp. has sued Capital Cities ABC Video Enterprises Inc. for allegedly breaching an exclusive two-year homevideo distribution agreement by giving rights to "The Amy Fisher Story"…
Rainbow Broadcasting, the L.A.-based Hispanic group battling Fox Inc. for control of KTTV-TV, Los Angeles, on Friday asked the Federal Communications Commission to deny Fox's bid to buy WATL-TV…
The Discovery Channel will launch a 15-hour-a-week programming service to Japan beginning April 1.
Entertainment industry officials have sent a red flag to state legislators, asking for a speedy amendment to a new law that curbs the number of hours teenagers can work.
PBS has renewed the children's series "Ghostwriter" for next season, at a cost of $ 1.8 million for 24 episodes. The series, which encourages children to read and write, is from Children's Television…
The fourth annual Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation media awards Saturday night at the Beverly Hilton took on a decidedly more political slant than in years past.
Warner Bros. topped the 1992 list of foreign film distribs here for the second year in a row. WB was powered by hits such as "JFK" ($ 12.8 million), "Lethal Weapon 3" ($ 8 million) and Walt Disney's…