Tuesday night in New York City. Plenty of people at home watching nasty, naked coppers on ABC. Plenty of people on West 46th Street watching a Roman orgy of murder, mutilation and mayhem (call it…
Biz in the theatrical sector rose sharply over the past year in Argentina, spearheaded by "Jurassic Park," which culled close to $ 4,600,000 at local wickets.
Jane Alexander has used her clout as chairwoman of the National Endowment for the Arts to intercede on behalf of the Lula Washington Los Angeles Contemporary Dance Theater after it appeared the…
Full-fledged commercial TV may be just around the corner in Hungary -- if the political and legislative imbroglio that has kept the broadcast sector hamstrung since 1989 finally comes to an end.
Paramount's "The Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Insult" came in blazing, clearing $ 16,877,595 in its opening weekend.
Columbia TriStar Television Distribution will likely see New York TV stations bid from $ 175,000 to $ 225,000 per episode for reruns of the NBC hit "Seinfeld."
Michael Douglas has set up a new production company with former New Regency Prods. prexy Steven Reuther, folding Stonebridge Prods., his Columbia-based production company, in the process.
Pity Joao de Deus Pinheiro. As Europe's current audiovisual archduke, he's doing his darnedest to rally the Euro forces to square up to the invading U.S. armies -- but his troops can't stop fighting…
Contrary to what many media minds might have thought, it appears that consumers may pick personal computers -- not cable TV -- as their vehicle of choice on the information superhighway.
Blockbuster Entertainment Corp. chairman Wayne Huizenga told securities analysts that he was unhappy with the value of Viacom Inc.'s buyout offer, a company spokesman said March 25.
Two former Daiwa Bank entertainment lending execs have ankled the bank to start their own film financing company.