Variety and Entertainment Weekly will sponsor "Cinema Against AIDS," a fund-raising effort at this year's Cannes Film Festival (May 13-24) to benefit the American Foundation for AIDS Research.
March came in like a lamb as Warner Bros.' "Falling Down" continued to rise above a pack that included five new major openings.
Elizabeth D. Gelfand has been promoted to senior VP of marketing for MCA/Universal Merchandising.
Broadcast TV revenues bounced back in 1992 after a dismal 1991, with growth in all four major categories -- spot, local, network and syndicated advertising -- according to the Television Bureau of…
In the Feb. 23 Dish column, Kid 'n Play were incorrectly identified as creators of the new TriStar TV pilot "Bodyguards."
When exhibitors converge on Las Vegas for NATO/ShoWest today, they'll receive a one-two punch from none other than Arnold Schwarzenegger.
SOME FOLKS will do anything to avoid a day's work. Take James Dowdall and Rose Noone, for example. Apparently the Island Records A&R reps found the lure of Peoria and other legendary bastions of…
Giant Pictures director of development Matthew Baer has been boosted to veepee of production as a result of his involvement in such projects as "The Fountainhead,""Hurricane Carter" and…
New FCC chairman James Quello and Ogilvy & Mather Worldwide prexy Charlotte Beers are among the latest industry toppers to join the roster for the showbiz conference "The Business of Entertainment…
TriStar Television confirmed late Friday that NBC has ordered six episodes of a new fall series to star Kadeem Hardison.
"I'm singing better now than I ever have in my life," said Glen Campbell, whose debut Liberty Records album, "Somebody Like That," hits stores this week.