Thomas Hedman has resigned as managing director of Guild Entertainment, the leading independent film distributor owned by French conglom Chargeurs.
Rysher Entertainment, already on the air with three firstrun action hours, has acquired another feature-film property for that market, "F/X," in addition to taking its first steps into network…
Two of last week's Oscar winners followed up on their success Thursday by winning Peabody Awards, the prestigious prizes for excellence in radio or TV.
March box office established a record for the frame with a tally of $ 323.3 million. It was a significant 12% ahead of last year and 3% better than the old record for the month set in 1992.
Accusing KCBS-TV of violating a 1988 Hispanic hiring agreement, National Hispanic Media Coalition president Esther Renteria has vowed to file a Federal Communications Commission complaint in 30 days…
Cable News Network faces trial July 11 on a contempt charge that it knowingly disobeyed a judge's 1990 order not to broadcast tape recordings of Manuel Noriega's jailhouse phone conversations.
The first Western-style multiplex cinemas in China are due to open in Shanghai next year, developed by a high-powered international consortium that launched Friday.
Because an insufficient number of notes were tendered by the March 31 deadline, Carolco Pictures Inc. must cancel its tender offer and will return all of the 13% senior subordinated notes that were…
Gov. Pete Wilson has made a plea to the People's Republic of China to enforce copyright laws protecting movies, books, computer software and music created in the U.S. and shipped abroad.
Basking in the Oscars' limelight, "Schindler's List" accelerated to $ 73 million gross overseas through last Wednesday -- outpacing the domestic tally.
Viacom Inc. has unloaded two of its 13 radio stations to Crescent Communications, bringing an end to a six-month search for a buyer.