Giant Sand, Five Eight, Tripping Daisy, the Dentists, the Genitorturers, Arthur Alexander and Roky Erickson were among the leading buzz bands of the seventh annual South by Southwest Music & Media…
Warner Bros. Inc. is staging a major push into Asia with a star-studded cast of cartoon characters that includes Bugs Bunny, Sylvester and Tweety.
Mia Farrow has bowed out of Columbia Pictures' "Wolf," which started rehearsals yesterday on the Sony Pictures lot, sources confirmed.
Century Communications Corp. said $ 187 million of its senior discount notes due 2003 will be offered through Lehman Brothers. Non-callable notes will ultimately generate $ 444 million to investors…
The Discovery Channel will launch a 15-hour-a-week programming service to Japan beginning April 1.
Pop icon Michael Jackson and Hanna-Barbera chairman David Kirschner are in discussions with 20th Century Fox to start a film production company specializing in high-quality, live-action and animated…
At least three features and five TV dramas about the life of Mao Tse-tung are to be screened this year to commemorate the centenary of his birth, Dec. 26.
General Electric Co.'s CNBC cable network pulled a widely-advertised paid program from its weekend schedule because of concerns that the show improperly promoted stocks of three featured companies.
Private security guards would patrol Hollywood Boulevard 15 hours a day under a plan approved by the Community Redevelopment Agency.
The first to go was NBC News president Michael Gartner. Now the "Dateline: NBC" exploding truck fiasco may have claimed three new victims.
Warner Bros. topped the 1992 list of foreign film distribs here for the second year in a row. WB was powered by hits such as "JFK" ($ 12.8 million), "Lethal Weapon 3" ($ 8 million) and Walt Disney's…