War has been declared on the Pasadena Playhouse, as the executive board of the Society of Stage Directors & Choreographers has decided to strike the theater and its corporate controller, the Theatre…
As expected, Jeff Margolis has been tapped to direct the telecast of the 65th annual Academy Awards, his fifth consecutive Oscar show.
Repre-sentatives of the Writers Guild of America East and Capital Cities/ABC are scheduled to open negotiations on a new contract to succeed the current three-year pact, which expires on Feb. 1, 1993.
NBC will in fact be able to get in TV Guide ads in most markets for its movie "Amy Fisher: My Story" (Daily Variety, Dec. 17). The network moved up the vidpic to Dec. 28 to beat rival ABC and CBS…
An early round of negotiations for a new film and TV contract between the Directors Guild of America and the Alliance of Motion Picture & Television Producers adjourned late Friday without an…
The Federal Communications Commission Friday levied a record $ 600,000 fine against Infinity Broadcasting Corp. in connection with allegedly indecent broadcasts made by deejay Howard Stern, and said…
A photography book that will raise money for AIDS services features pix of Ann-Margret, Nicholas Cage, Cher, Jamie Lee Curtis and Shirley MacLaine in their homes.
AMC Theatres is expanding beyond ticket and popcorn sales into an area that will put it into direct competition with Hollywood's major studios--theatrical distribution.
Despite fest prizes and critical accolades for recent Scandi films, insiders fear that studios are in danger of losing the international momentum they've been building over the past several years.
Singer Peggy Lee has fought off Walt Disney Co.'s appeal of her $ 2.3 million in damages from video rights to the 1955 animated film "Lady and the Tramp."
Subsidiaries of the giant telephone company Bell Atlantic Corp. yesterday filed suit challenging the constitutionality of a law barring telcos from providing TV programs in their local service area.