With 1993 sales of consumer electronic products estimated near $ 40 billion -- up more than $ 2 billion from 1992 -- the industry is optimistic about growth for 1994, according to the chairman of…
In a five-city, multimedia presentation, the toppers of Bell Atlantic Corp. and its soon-to-be subsidiary, Tele-Communications Inc., discussed how they will pave offramps from the infopike to the…
Veteran music programming producer Joel Gallen has been tapped to produce ESPN's second American Sports Awards telecast, also known as the Espys.
The Writers Guild of America West begins a series of tributes to writers with a salute to the team of Melville Shavelson and Jack Rose at 7 p.m. Jan. 19 at the WGA Theater.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences announced a gift from the Turner Entertainment Co. of a massive collection of movie scripts spanning some 70 years in the history of MGM.
CBS Broadcast Group president Howard Stringer Monday lashed out at Fox Broadcasting for swiping the Eye web's longtime National Football Conference franchise.
Martin Franks, who has been a key executive charting a legislative course for CBS in Washington, has been promoted to senior vice president of CBS Inc.
Richard Brick, the commissioner of the Mayor's Office of Film, Theatre and Broadcasting, tendered his resignation to new Mayor Rudolph Giuliani Monday. He will exit Jan. 21, while deputy commissioner…
Paul D. Beckham, prexy of Turner Cable Network Sales, will retire after 23 years with Turner Broadcasting.
Arnold Kopelson Prods. production VP Sanford Panitch has been upped to exec production VP, it was announced Monday.
Philips Media has signed an agreement to distribute 30 films from the MGM and UA libraries for the compact disc-interactive system, using the recently developed MPEG-1 standard, which allows for…