"Singing in Color," a documentary by filmmaker Bruce Weinstein, will be screened Saturday at the Independent Feature Film Market in New York.
In 1994, director Steven Spielberg, former Disney exec Jeffrey Katzenberg and music mogul David Geffen announced with fanfare befitting a coronation that they had a Dream. Three years, one hit TV…
Roy Lott, an 18-year veteran of Arista Records, has been offered the newly created No. 2 spot at EMI Recorded Music, where he is expected to assist Ken Berry in taking care of the day-to-day duties…
The 49th Primetime Emmy Awards were a celebration of TV's social conscience and the medium's ability to move minds, emotions and attitudes as it entertains.
MGM has upped Darcie Denkert, an 18-year vet, to senior vice president for business affairs. She'll be in charge of theatrical and legal affairs for the motion pic departments of MGM and UA, and will…
Veteran film and TV publicist Lauren Lewis has ankled SSA Public Relations to form her own boutique firm, Lauren Lewis Associates.
The performance of DreamWorks TV has been decidedly mixed over the past two years. Out of the five network series the studio has placed on the air, four have been canceled; the other one, ABC's…
ABC network president Preston Padden told members of Congress Wednesday that his company has no intention of abandoning high definition television --- at least in the near future.
Just two months after being named executive producer of CBS' "Early Edition," Dean Hargrove has stepped down to focus solely on developing new projects.
American and British acts have dominated the nominee categories for the 1997 MTV Europe Music Awards, MTV Europe announced Wednesday.
Want the set to look like Seattle? Try Altadena. That's what the producers of indie family adventure pic "P.U.N.K.S." are doing this month.