Episodes of "Roseanne" and "I'll Fly Away" as well as the Emmy-winning movie "Miss Rose White" were among the TV shows awarded Humanitas Prizes.
Carolco sweetened its offer to noteholders Wednesday, hoping to take the amended inducement for 100 cents on the dollar for each of the two classes of outstanding notes.
The 23rd AniFest will be held July 17 at the Beverly Garland Hotel in North Hollywood.
Paramount Pictures Corp. is seeking a court order barring Dick Clark Prods. from producing an NBC series that the studio claims is based on a segment of its syndicated magazine "Hard Copy."
Osborn Communications Corp. closed its rights offering for common shareholders July 2. The New York-based media company's offering was oversubscribed. One transferable right was available for every…
Charles Lachman, exec managing editor on King World's "Inside Edition," will double as senior producer on the syndicator's new magazine "American Journal," while Sheila Sitomer has been upped from…
Robbers emptied American tycoon Marvin Davis' chauffered limousine of $ 10 million in jewels with ease this week. But those holding the loot bag tripped up when they failed to buckle up.
Tele-Communications Inc. and MCI Communications are discussing a potential partnership. TCI, the nation's largest cable operator, has been in talks with a number of large players in the…
A record-breaking 343 new European productions were presented at the fifth Euro Aim Screenings June 25-29 in San Sebastian, Spain, a rise of almost 50% over last year.
Law firm Heenan Blaikie collaborated with other firms on legal work for Alliance Communications' "Black Robe" and its TV series "E.N.G.," a relationship that was unclear in the June 24 story on…
Orion Pictures is certainly back in business. The once-bankrupt indie is shelling out sizable paychecks to its top executives, according to Hollywood standards.