Buena Vista Intl. is distributing “Air Force One” internationally; Sony has the film in North America. Information was wrong in a story Thursday about the Venice Intl. Film Festival.
As five new syndie strips enter the daytime arena today, buzz is building in the station community about projects in the works for 1998.
In a move that will raise a few eyebrows, the American Film Marketing Assn.'s board has selected a telecommunications industry veteran who's new to the film industry to become its next president.
Connecticut's tiny Mashantucket Pequot Indian tribe, owners of the world's biggest casino, is going Hollywood.
Paramount Parks is downplaying rumors of a rift threatening the outlook for its oft-delayed Star Trek: The Experience attraction at the Las Vegas Hilton.
ABC's "Good Morning America" threw a farewell party Friday for Joan Lunden, ending a 20-year tenure on the ayem show.
EMI Music Publishing has tapped Steve Backer as exec veep of its West Coast operation. In the newly created post, Backer will oversee the operation of the publisher's L.A. outpost, as well as sign…
NBC programs took home 15 statuettes --- including three apiece for the drama "ER" and comedy "3rd Rock From the Sun"--- to pace the non-televised creative arts/crafts portion of the 49th Annual…
Fresh from the European compatibility wars, a new player in the interactive TV arena has made its bow on the U.S. scene: OpenTV Inc.
Sen. Ernest Hollings (D-S.C.) pledged Friday to support Bill Kennard's nomination for FCC chairman, removing a major hurdle for the agency staffer who President Clinton picked to replace the outgoing…
Robert Duvall's $5 million gamble paid off Saturday as October Films shelled out about $6 million for worldwide rights to his film "The Apostle," which had its world premiere at the Toronto Intl…