In an effort to capitalize on the critical acclaim for New Line's film "Menace II Society," New Line Home Video will put in place an extensive marketing push to support the film's homevid release.
Columbia Pictures is hammering out a final agreement with Gillian Armstrong to direct "Little Women," which the studio is hoping to ramp up for production in the first quarter of 1994, sources said…
President Clinton's solid win on NAFTA in the House of Representatives Wednesday represents good news for a U.S. entertainment industry heavily dependent on open markets worldwide.
"Sweet Potato Ride" filmmakers and former studio secretaries Kimberly Greene and Camille Tucker have signed for representation with Agency for the Performing Arts.
Arthur F. Kane has been tapped executive director of the Intl. Council of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, effective Jan. 1.
As major studios increasingly rely on blockbusters to fill their coffers, big-ticket producers such as Joel Silver and Arnold Kopelson said no studio would bite if they pitched a low-budget picture.
The U.S. Dept. of Justice and the FCC this week filed a joint legal brief asking an appellate court to overturn a judge's ruling allowing telephone company giant Bell Atlantic to provide cable TV…
Organizers are expecting an international TV audience of 500 million for “The 1994 FIFA World Cup Final Draw,” a 90-minute Dick Clark Prods. special announcing pairings in the soccer tournament. ESPN…
PBS execs sounded the alarm Wednesday that public TV is fighting for its life in a world of big-budget, ever-expanding technologies.
RCA Records named Jack Carton senior director, finance and administration. Carton has been with RCA 14 years. * * * Live Home Video promoted Paul Hebron to director of creative services. * * *…
The trailer for MGM's "Six Degrees of Separation" has been tagged "unsuitable for all audiences" by the Motion Picture Assn. of America because it contains a fleeting glimpse of male genitalia from…