DIC Animation City and Turner Program Services have joined forces to produce a series of one-hour quarterly interview spex hosted by sports commentator Marv Albert.
NEW ROCK and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Dick Clark reaches another career milestone tonight, celebrating the 20th anniversary of the American Music Awards , which he created.
The owners of Ticketmaster Corp., the world's largest broker of tickets, are considering selling the company to Time Warner, according to concert industry sources.
With U.S. TV shows no longer the cat's meow at Aussie webs, the pricing of such series -- some of them top prime time performers stateside--is set to become a hot potato Down Under.
Producer David Jacobs ("Dallas,""Knots Landing") is not feeling very happy. He has two series he's proud of: "Bodies of Evidence" and "Homefront," and neither one of them is on the air.
Citing inefficiencies in the way payments are made to American and British copyright owners, the National Music Publishers' Assn. and the U.K.'s Music Publishers' Assn. have formed a joint venture…
"It's like a virtual reality record," says Jesus Jones leader Mike Edwards, describing "Perverse," the group's third album, which arrives in stores tomorrow. "It's all done from digital memories. The…
Unlike the Oscar and its Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, which has 5,000-plus voting members, the non-profit HFPA's active voting journalists number only 86. They reside in the U.S. but…
The good times kept rolling at cinemas across Europe last week as "Bram Stoker's Dracula" and "A Few Good Men" chalked up impressive starts, and "The Bodyguard" showed remarkable tenacity.
Barry Kemp knows about creating sitcoms, both for established comedy stars ("Newhart,")"Delta") and for actors new to the comedy field ("Coach"). He's not sure which is easier.
Hearst Entertainment and Transactional Media Inc. have formed a partnership to develop and distribute programming with a direct marketing bent, much along the lines of ABC's recently completed test…