There were no post-holiday blues for several exclusive pictures -- including "Un Coeur en Hiver"-- as alternative fare attracted solid audiences on both coasts.
Agent Ted Kurland Monday accused a local German government office of canceling a concert booking for keyboardist/composer Chick Corea because of the performer's affiliation with the Church of…
Hollywood exex are expected to face a grilling today at a Senate hearing on TV violence. Issue of TV violence has suddenly become all the rage on Capitol Hill, with lawmakers threatening retribution…
Richard Bornstein has been promoted to vice president of worldwide marketing for the Samuel Goldwyn Co., where he will oversee publicity, promotion and advertising.
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A month after the Hungarian government partially lifted its four-year ban on private broadcasting, the Budapest city council in recent days opened the door wider to deregulation of Hungary's media…
ABC came within a hair's breadth of catching CBS' daytime lineup in Nielsen fringe ratings for the week of May 24-28, threatening an undefeated, untied win streak that goes back to the early days of…
Cable operators are lining up to take a slice of the telecommunications pie. Eleven cable system operators are entering joint ventures with Teleport Communications Group, a Long Island-based…
Six U.S. TV production exex are currently touring Oz as part of an "Inward Visitors Program" launched earlier this year by the government's trade department and two state film bodies, Pacific Film…
ESPN, Capital Cities/ABC Inc.'s 80%-owned national cable sports network, Monday unveiled plans for a second web, ESPN 2, which will target young and light-to-moderate sports viewers.
John A. Wentworth has been promoted to the newly created post of senior VP, media relations for the Paramount Television Group, reporting to group chairman Kerry McCluggage. In his new post Wentworth…