CBS/Broadcasting Group president Howard Stringer, while stressing that the deal to land David Letterman is "still a big if," said yesterday that the network will pull out all the stops to get…
Rank Organisation boss Michael Gifford broke his usual "no comment" policy yesterday to state "clearly and unequivocally that our film and television activities are not for sale."
Michael Jackson has been the victim of widely published defamatory and false statements, according to a spokesman who also vowed the singer plans a more active role in combating rumors.
Warner Bros. encored as the leading film distributor in the U.S.-Canadian market in 1992, as measured by the exclusive annual Daily Variety analysis of film rentals from theatrical box office.
"The Ren & Stimpy Show" creator John Kricfalusi said the episode skedded to run on MTV tonight is a "gift" to supervising executive Vanessa Coffey and cabler Nickelodeon, which fired him from the…
LaFace Records yesterday announced the resignation of Lamont Boles, the company's VP/general manager.
MGM yesterday became the latest studio to throw its hat into the spec script ring, shelling out a hefty amount for "Getting Even With Dad," a family comedy written by Jim Jennewein and Thomas S…
Paramount Communications Inc. capped its fiscal year with a dramatic leap in profits, buoyed by record publishing results, film hits such as "Wayne's World" and its strong stable of firstrun…
Those who attend the Television Critics Assn. tour are used to flamboyant stars, but then there's actor Robert Blake.
One of Hollywood's top femme box office draws, Michelle Pfeiffer, reached an agreement late yesterday to star opposite Jack Nicholson in Columbia Pictures' "Wolf," several sources confirmed.
Calling it "the fastest roll out in daytime history, Twentieth TV's "The Bertice Berry Show" has been cleared in 77 markets covering 71% of the U.S.