Paramount Home Video will release several titles March 3, led by the 1992 psychological thriller "Whispers in the Dark," starring Annabella Sciorra, Jamey Sheridan, Jill Clayburgh and Alan Alda…
Low-budget filmmaker Troma Inc. sued New Line Cinema Corp. for $ 50 million, charging that New Line reneged on a deal to make a movie based on Troma's cartoon characters.
Warner Bros. is holding its lead in domestic film B.O. market share, and will likely end the year near 20%.
R-Tek Corp. posted a net loss of $ 16.8 million ($ 3.25 a share) for fiscal 1992 that ended June 30.
In any business, it's the people who make things tick.
The Grand Ole Opry has been named the 1993 radio inductee into the National Assn. of Broadcaster's Broadcasting Hall of Fame.
Turner Broadcasting System confirmed yesterday that it will launch Russia's first independent TV channel on Friday, as expected (Daily Variety, Nov. 23).
Los Angeles' legit had a snappy holiday session last week, with two of the four reporting shows gaining.
In an unusual deal, the USA Network has acquired the rights to "Casualties of Love: The 'Long Island Lolita' Story," a made-for CBS telefilm that the Eye Web will air Jan. 3 -- and that USA will air…
PHONE FOLLIES: While UTA's Jay Sures would rather we not revisit the embarrassing incident that made him a star in DISH, we can't resist. Let us never forget those things that make us laugh.
Star power and its ramifications is the talk of this holiday season.