Jay Landers, a senior A&R exec at Columbia Records, looks set to exit the label for a high-ranking talent post within the EMI Records Group, according to sources.
With the 21st century just a few hundred weeks away, the Motion Picture & Television Fund yesterday announced the formation of a powerful 32-member board of trustees that will, in essence, be the…
South Africa's broadcasters last week slammed planned legislation that will force them to pay royalties to record manufacturers for playing their records.
The House copyright subcommittee will hold an oversight hearing March 25 to explore the merits of a "performers' rights royalty" for recording artists whose songs are played by broadcasters.
ABC president Robert Iger and David Westin, VP and general counsel of Capital Cities/ABC, have been awarded corporate senior VP stripes by the company's board of directors.
Twentieth Century Fox-based indie producer Robert Lawrence ("Rapid Fire") is planning a post-Cold War political thriller based on previously undisclosed material about the CIA and the high-stakes…
Producer Allan B. Schwartz has put a sequel into development at NBC on his upcoming telefilm "Lethal Exposure," starring Ally Sheedy, which is scheduled to air March 28.
MCA Inc., a unit of Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., and Hu-Yu Inc. said they have settled the lawsuit Hu-Yu filed last September against MCA and some of its related companies regarding the name…
Danny Glover will serve as chairman of the eighth Independent Spirit Awards March 27. As with last year's chair Jodie Foster, Glover, a Spirit winner in 1990 for "To Sleep With Anger," will give…
NTN Communications Inc. posts a net loss of $ 2.4 million (23 cents a share) for 1992, compared to a net profit of $ 1.6 million (31 cents) in the previous year.
A former costumer for "The Wonder Years" series has filed a sexual-harassment lawsuit against series stars Fred Savage and Jason Hervey.