Congress put broadcasters on notice yesterday that TV station licenses will be placed in jeopardy unless the industry cleans up its act in the area of children's programming.
The Writers Guild of America, West this year will honor five African-American writers -- three of them posthumously -- as being pioneers of their craft.
Prepare for more royalty, as NBC has scheduled the four-hour miniseries "Diana: Her True Story" for April 4-5, based on Andrew Morton's bio.
THE ALASKA FILM OFFICE lost some production dollars -- at least temporarily -- with the postponement of actor/director Steven Seagal's "Rainbow Warrior" (Daily Variety, March 4), but the state still…
Entertainment giants Sony Corp. and Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. have moved their ongoing battle to the field of movie theater sound systems, facing off this week at NATO/ShoWest '93.
A photo of the cast of Fox's "Melrose Place" used March 3, included two actors, Stephen Fanning and Amy Locane, who are no longer in the show.
Pre-Vue Entertainment Magazine has entered into an agreement with the United Artists Theatres Circuit Inc. whereby the monthly publication will be distributed in all of the company's theaters.
Denzel Washington, supporting actor winner in 1990 for "Glory" and a current best actor nominee for "Malcolm X," has been added to the list of presenters for the 65th Oscar show.
Landmark Distributors of New York has filed suit against Polygram Group Distributors, claiming defamation and injury to its business and asking $ 270, 000 plus additional amounts to be determined at…
Warner Bros. has struck a deal with Baltimore Pictures' Barry Levinson and Mark Johnson to co-produce "Home Fries" for Warner Bros., sources confirmed.
A Hamburg court ruled that German pubcaster ARD can continue airing "Motzki, " dismissing a German citizen's suit that claimed the comedy series disparaged eastern Germans.