Douglas A. Stone has been promoted to senior VP, national film settlements, for AMC Film Marketing, a division of Kansas City-based theater chain American Multi-Cinema.
Republicans cleared a hurdle Tuesday with a proposal that would effectively eliminate the National Endowment for the Arts.
Roger Vorce will become chairman and CEO of APA, handing over the reins of president of the agency to James Gosnell.
As the temperature continues to rise in Italy and theater-owners resign themselves to the customary summertime slump in trading, encouraging preliminary figures have been released for the box office…
One of Spain's most solvent film and TV companies, Sogecable, has announced post-tax profits for 1996 of $40.8 million.
Fox Broadcasting Co. has ordered another mammals-in-peril special from John Ratzenberg's Fiddler's Bay Prods.
A referendum to merge the industry's two performers unions will be delayed at least until the fall because a report on melding the guilds' two pension and health plans has yet to be completed.
Danish cable subscribers solidly rejected a raft of U.S. cablenets, most of them kids channels, in the first major poll in that territory of what Danish viewers want to see on TV.
Bain Capital, the Boston investment firm buying Live Entertainment Inc., plans to "aggressively pursue synergistic acquisition opportunities" in the entertainment industry using Live as a platform…
ABC's vice president of drama programming, Greer Shephard, is ankling Friday after 5-1/2 years at the network.