NOTE: This table may be divided and additional information on a particular entry may appear on more than one screen DAILY VARIETY FILM BOX OFFICE REPORT FOR THE WEEKEND OF…
Bril Flint has been appointed VP of strategic planning at EMI Records Group North America.
New blood infuses British film industry with confidence, and "The Jungle Book" is still number one in Europe. For this and other international news, see Overseas Report, page 18.
Superstation TBS, seeking to increase its original programming as well as its distribution arsenal, has laid out a lineup of roughly 30 hours of documentary programming that will air through 1994.
The Federal Communications Commission has asked Rupert Murdoch for more details on his bid to buy the New York Post, throwing a wrench into the News Corp. chairman's plans.
ABC senior VP of marketing Mark Zakarin is expected to receive expanded responsibility that will include overseeing reality specials. Caroline Ginsburg, who had been in current programs, is also said…
NBC has renewed the Twentieth TV series "L.A. Law" for an eighth season, providing the web with one less hour to worry about next fall. William M. Finkelstein, who returned to the show in midseason…
It was a terrible week for Home Shopping Network, but the channel's reception may be clearing soon.
MGM may be ditching its historic Culver City roots for a new Santa Monica roost next month, but has it finally turned the corner on a troublesome past?
A conflict-of-interest suit brought against the law firm of Ziffren, Brittenham & Branca by former Prince manager Steve Fargnoli was dismissed Friday. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Ronald E…
A lot of what you hear on contemporary jazz radio can be traced to the influence of the Jeff Lorber Fusion, which flourished from 1979 to 1986.