With an eye toward giving established film and TV composer management firms a run for their money, the newly formed Zomba Screen Music has tapped David May and Steven Cagan, a pair of musicians and…
Munich businessman Herbert Kloiber announced Thursday that he had bought out Disney/ABC's 50% share in the Tele-Munchen Group in late December, leaving Kloiber the sole owner of the TV and feature…
In the wake of Tele-Communications Inc.'s agreement Wednesday to restore both MTV and VH1 to cable markets nationally, Comedy Central may well be the next service to be reinstated for the nearly 1.7…
The Clinton administration is in need of another nominee to the Federal Communications Commission after agency official Regina Keeney asked that her name be withdrawn from consideration Wednesday.
Startup costs on megaplex openings wiped out AMC Entertainment Inc.'s earnings in the three months to Dec. 26, cutting its net profit to $419,000 from $5.3 million a year earlier.
Indie films, currently scoring in critics' circles, are riding high in the foreign marketplace as well.
BBC Worldwide has carried out a far-reaching restructuring of its distribution arm, with new expanded roles for its sales honchos in the Americas and Asia Pacific, and the closure of the combo's…
In light of tight access shelf space in 1998, DreamWorks appears to be revising plans for its half-hour syndicated access strip hosted by Connie Chung and Maury Povich.
Loews Theatres co-chairman Barrie Lawson Loeks will become the first woman ever to receive the Robert W. Selig ShoWester of the Year award, at the four-day exhibition convention which takes place…
ABC is prepping several schedule changes including slotting "Ellen" in the Tuesday 8:30 spot currently held by freshman comedy "Life's Work," effective March 4.
NBC announced Thursday that it is shuttering Canal de Noticias, its 4-year-old Spanish-lingo news service distributed to Latin America, and instead will give widespread distribution to MSNBC and CNBC…