A House-Senate conference committee has agreed to keep the National Endowment for the Arts alive with a $98 million budget, but imposed new rules that dictate how the arts agency can spend the money.
Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau arguably is the great film artist with the most neglected reputation. Between 1919 and 1931, he directed a handful of movies, including "Nosferatu," "The Last Laugh" and…
Nominations for the 1996-97 Theater L.A. Ovation Awards, recognizing excellence and achievements of the past theater season in greater L.A., were announced Wednesday at the Bel Age Hotel.
Tom McGovern has been upped to senior VP for Warner Bros. Studio Stores Intl., the retail division of the studio's consumer products division.
In a move that may chill America Online's warm embrace of Internet content, a subsidiary of News Corp. has filed a lawsuit charging the online giant with monopolistic business practices and…
Phoenix Pictures has formed a joint venture with Robert Rehme to produce TV movies.
Anthony Ball has been upped to prexy and CEO for Fox/Liberty Networks from his previous post of prez and chief operating officer.
Pacific Bell Digital TV, which launched its Southern California wireless system on June 1, has passed the 10,000-subscriber mark in its limited distribution area around Torrance, northern Orange…
"Convergence or Collision," a panel discussion on the uneasy marriage between showbiz and cyberspace, will take place Tuesday in New York at the Equitable Center, sponsored by MCI Inc., the New York…
Michael H. Diamond, former executive VP and general counsel for New World Communications Group, has formed a law firm with partner Kenneth A. Ostrow.