Poison faces a challenge in 1993. The Capitol recording act must prove it can survive in a world that no longer appears to be interested in pop metal, the style the band has successfully championed…
Hollywood Pictures late Friday purchased the movie rights to "The Twilight of the Golds," Jonathan Tolins' controversial play about a close-knit family facing a moral and ethical dilemma caused by a…
South Korea, reacting to local companies' pressure to keep licenses for cable TV in the family, has pulled the plug on plans to attract investment from U.S. and other foreign cable operators.
The AFM is gearing up for a record 249 companies selling indie films, which includes a big increase in foreign participants: 116, up from last year's 77.
LOS ANGELES TURNS on to the Grammys this week, as the city starts to gear up for the 35th annual awards show on Feb. 24, which will be televised from 8-11 p.m. from the Shrine Auditorium on CBS.
Douglas McCormick, a 10-year veteran of Lifetime Television, has been named president and chief operating officer of Hearst/Viacom Entertainment Services, the parent company of Lifetime Television…
Gerard Depardieu and Roman Polanski will be acting together on a French-Italian co-production directed by Italian Oscar winner Giuseppe Tornatore.
The growing pains of rap and the emergence of country music were among the hot topics on the first day of the 1993 Gavin Seminar, which runs through Saturday at the Westin St. Francis Hotel.
Former CEMA Distribution president Dennis White is among the partners of newly formed independent record label Skydoor Records, unveiled yesterday.
For the second time in a row, the Teamsters Intl. made good on its president's vow that his drivers on sets around the country will no longer give producers a free ride.
Germany's most powerful film and TV studio, Bavaria Ateliers in Munich, will lose both of its general managers, Gunter Rohrbach and Harald Junge.