CBS has secured the centerpiece of its Monday lineup for a couple more seasons, coming to terms with Warner Bros. TV on a two-year renewal of "Murphy Brown."
After prompting work stoppages on a movie-of-the-week and an ABC series currently in production, the IATSE has signed three new TV projects to union contracts.
PaineWebber analyst Christopher Dixon initiated coverage of Viacom Inc. with an "attractive" rating, saying its Class B common shares have little downside risk from current levels. Dixon also…
Women in Film has created a technology council to be chaired by Beth B. Kennedy, the former Los Angeles city film liaison under ex-Mayor Tom Bradley.
DIC Entertainment and Saban Entertainment, once partners on various series but now bitter rivals, have extended their bickering to the former's new live-action firstrun series.
The British Academy of Film and TV Arts in Los Angeles will feature a seminar of top-rated helmers in its first in a series of symposia about the challenge of the international film community Feb. 5…
Avenue Records has taken the first steps toward becoming a full service indie with a trio of key appointments and the launching of a jazz imprint.
Twentieth Century Fox has re-upped producer Robert Harper to a two-year exclusive first-look deal with a slate of projects in tow.
Arista Records posted U.S. sales of more than $ 220 million for calendar year 1993, making it the biggest year in the company's 18-year history.
Warner Bros.-based Witt-Thomas Films has acquired the motion picture rights to the historical epic "Simple Prayers," a first novel by Michael Golding, it was announced Wednesday.
The former owner of the San Francisco Giants has acquired a majority stake in San Francisco-based Golden Gaters Prods., a 17-year-old TV production and distribution company involved in sports…