Kim Basinger isn't likely to show up on the cover of the New Yorker magazine anytime soon, but don't be surprised if the business of Tinseltown becomes a more regular staple inside the pages of the…
Twentieth Television has reportedly passed on an offer from NBC to buy its new "Bertice Berry" talker for the Peacock web's daytime sked, choosing instead to license the fall 1993 strip to the seven…
Joining other cable services, USA Network yesterday filed papers to join Turner Broadcasting Co.'s lawsuit challenging the must-carry and retransmission aspects of cable reregulation legislation.
General Instruments Corp. posted a net incomes of $ 2.3 million (4 cents a share) for the third quarter ended Sept. 30. For the same period last year, the satellite equipment-maker posted a $ 11.8…
Bluesman Bo Diddley has sued the estate and widow of his late manager, alleging misappropriation of funds.
Brit production company Goldcrest Films and TV has acquired all foreign rights in all media to a package of three films from Columbia TriStar Home Video.
Showtime Event Television's public dispute with TVKO/HBO over conflicting boxing matches scheduled for the same evening ended yesterday with SET pulling the plug on its Dec. 5 pay-per-view card.
Philips Electronics N.V. has an aggressive game plan to convince studios it is theleader in the race to dominate interactive multimedia.
Overseas Filmgroup Inc. announced a restructuring of personnel and an agreement to serve as Taurus Entertainment's international sales agent. Among the shifts and appointments under its…
New Line's "Damage" received an NC-17 in the 1,241st weekly bulletin of the Motion Picture Association of America's Classification & Rating Administration.
Senior Paramount Pictures exex were abruptly ordered yesterday to attend a high-level studio meeting this morning for VPs and above.