He stumbled with his own athletic shoe line a couple years ago. Now, the man who likes to be addressed as "The King of Pop" is apparently trying to influence how America smells.
KABC-TV's election-night coverage, which combined local and network reports, dominated the competition Tuesday.
MG Entertainment has signed a non-exclusive agreement with Hearst Entertainment, following five years with Dick Clark Prods. and New Line Cinema.
Orion Pictures is expected to emerge from its Chapter 11 bankruptcy today as a newly reorganized company.
TriStar chairman Mike Medavoy said yesterday that he's bullish on building the studio's 1993-94 production schedule and has no plans or aspirations to enter into the federal government under…
Twentieth TV has signed the writer-producer team of Brad Kern and John Wirth to a two-year exclusive deal, bringing with them one-hour pilots for CBS and Fox Broadcasting Co.
Coming off the recent Broadway-bound success of "Tommy," the La Jolla Playhouse has nabbed another coup with the world premiere next season of a musical from Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine.
Norman Lear's Act III Communications apparently is not involved in a potential bid to acquire TVS Entertainment, the U.K.-based parent company of MTM Enterprises, according to reliable sources.
Two Republican members of the Federal Communications Commission will be sent packing as a result of Bill Clinton's victory over President Bush, and already there are bets being placed on their…
What do Luther Vandross, Guns N' Roses, Wynonna Judd, Extreme and Bryan Adams have in common? Almost nothing, musically. But the divergent artists have attained multiplatinum album sales in the…
The day after an historic national election that proved 1992 is the "year of the woman," Paramount Pictures tapped producer Sherry Lansing for its newly created position of chairman of the Motion…