While still far from reaching a target 1% market share, the backers of Germany's fledgling news channel N-TV have given the web a vote of confidence by raising its capital base 40%. However, N-TV…
Darryl Linkow was production sound mixer on HBO's "Extreme Justice." His name was omitted in the June 24 review.
An agreement by the European Community to expand trade ties with six former Communist countries could bolster international copyright conventions and anti-piracy efforts across the region.
It wasn't all dino-might at the weekend box office, though Universal's "Jurassic Park" continued to ride herd with $ 28.1 million. Coming in with a roar was TriStar's romantic comedy "Sleepless in…
Episodes of "Roseanne" and "The Wonder Years" were among the 27 finalists for the 1993 Humanitas Prizes, which recognize television writing that enriches the viewer.
Film preservation is in a state of crisis and will require an ongoing, expensive effort to correct the problem, the Library of Congress has concluded after a yearlong study of the issue.
Eight years after it pulled out of an exhibition foray in Italy, Gallic major Gaumont is once again studying the idea of expanding its hardtop interests outside France.
Rupert Murdoch's plans to expand his satellite-delivered entertainment empire into Asia were struck a blow last week with the Chinese signaling disapproval of News Corp.'s recent bid for a piece of…
The Clinton administration is expected to name Washington communications lawyer Reed Hundt and Senate committee counsel Regina M. Keeney to vacant positions on the Federal Communications Commission…
"Sleepless in Seattle" co-scripter Jeff Arch's mounting pile of high-priority screenwriting assignments is leaving him sleepless in Virginia.
The HdF, Germany's exhibition organization, released depressing statistics for last year. Box office revenues and ticket sales were down significantly from the 1991 season.