Reflecting changes in the entertainment industry, George Lucas is splitting his company into two.
Buzz Magazine yesterday confirmed that it has purchased all of the assets of L.A. Style magazine from the American Express Publishing Co. for an undisclosed amount.
Former film producer and private radio station chief Ulrich Schamoni has received a license for a regional Berlin TV station, with Time Warner among the backers.
British Sky Broadcasting is exploring plans to add family, science-fiction and music channels to its satellite TV service this year, along with the already announced U.K. version of children's cable…
Ameritech Corp., the Chicago-based Baby Bell, plans to ask the Federal Communications Commission to support the idea of phone companies providing cable service in their local region.
Bella Shaw is out as co-host of CNN's "Showbiz Today," replaced by Jim Moret.
The Australian Broadcasting Corp. has joined the state and federal film bodies to sponsor a series of seven-minute documentaries from new Aussie filmmakers.
It takes talent for a fledgling European filmmaker to be sought by Hollywood's major studios, and director Carlo Carlei has hit the mother lode with his first movie.
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer will redeem $ 79 million worth of bonds before they mature to save about $ 8 million in interest payments and boost investor confidence.
Los Angeles becomes the center of the music universe tonight, as the 35th annual Grammy Awards kick off at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, the event to be televised from 8-11 p.m. via CBS-TV.
If Hollywood has a future, it's going to come in a number of foreign languages and be wholly interactive, Michael Schulhof maintains.