Record companies are crowing while broadcasters are crying over the Clinton administration's announced support for legislation that would create a performance right for digital sound recordings.
Times Mirror Co. plans to launch several niche cable networks with programming that draws on its consumer magazine holdings.
PMK Public Relations announced Wednesday that it has hired Tracy Mosh as a senior account executive. The publicist moves over from her veepee of publicity post at Jonas Public Relations.
Walt Disney Co. has agreed to cut its stake in Euro Disney if a planned rights issue at its European unit is oversubscribed by the public, a source close to Euro Disney's financial restructuring…
A select group will get a bigscreen look at Michael Apted's new pic "China: Moving the Mountain" next week before it airs in a shortened, customized version on ABC's "Turning Point" in June.
Living Books, a Random House/Broderbund company and one of the leading producers of children's multimedia storybooks, has acquired the world multimedia rights to the series of books written and…
Toronto-based Alliance Communications Corp. has reached an agreement with Universal Pictures to co-finance three films.
Miramax Films and Woods Entertainment closed an estimated $ 300,000 against $ 600,000 deal for Scott Rosenberg's spec script "Beautiful Girls" Tuesday, ending more than a week of wrangling for what…
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences will advise three Russian TV systems on establishing their own TV academy and producing an awards show similar to the Emmys.
CBS has wrapped up a lopsided win in the 1993-94 primetime Nielsens season, posting its highest rating in seven years and equaling its widest margin of victory in two decades.
Spanish-language station KLAX-FM continued to lead the pack in Arbitron's winter book, but KLSX-FM's imported Howard Stern show was once again the undisputed leader in the competitive morning race.