Barbra Streisand called for a boycott of the state of Colorado, in the wake of that state's passage of Amendment 2, a measure that voids and prevents adoption of legislation that protects gays and…
Fox Broadcasting is urging a Chicago federal court not to retain any financial interest and syndication rules while the FCC grapples with trying to craft new fin-syn regulations that are acceptable…
As easy as ABC, "The Jacksons: An American Dream" high-stepped to a big finish Wednesday, ranking as the highest-rated miniseries in more than three years and lifting ABC to what should be an…
A federal jury in New York has awarded the copyright for the 1956 hit "Why Do Fools Fall in Love?" to two members of Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers, stating that the writers were improperly denied…
Westinghouse Electric Corp. yesterday denied a published report that it has approached Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. in an attempt to sell its valuable broadcast assets.
The United Artists Theatres chain, in an attempt to maintain its standing as the largest film exhibitor in the country, is in the process of reconfiguring itself. Here is a rundown of some of the…
Denver-based United Artists Theatres, the industry's biggest circuit with 2, 378 screens, has decided to get better by getting smaller.
Tele-Communications Inc., the nation's largest cable operator, soon will be offering customers fewer channels on the basic tier as a result of Congress' recent passage of cable reregulation…
American Film Marketing Assn. directors approved the general strategy of a proposed reorganization of the group yesterday, as its top exec lauded a strong early signup for the spring indie market.
Fox Broadcasting Co. will introduce its new Tuesday lineup on Jan. 19, bringing the weblet to six regular nights of programming plus its monthly movie slot.
MGM Grand Inc. said yesterday it will abandon its "all-frills" scheduled airline service between Los Angeles and New York at year end, grounding an ambitious personal vision of owner Kirk Kerkorian.