Sedona Records has filed suit against Bertelsmann Music Group, its Zoo Entertainment label and label prexy Lou Maglia, alleging breach of contract in their joint-venture agreement.
Powerful House Democrats Richard Gephardt and John Dingell are urging the Federal Communications Commission to weigh the potential for jobs creation when it selects a final U.S. standard for high…
"Late Night With"... Conan O'Brien? NBC is going down to the wire with its choice for a host to replace David Letterman, with O'Brien -- a producer on "The Simpsons" and former writer for "Saturday…
Warner/Chappell music publishing has started a Latin music unit and a new Latin imprint, El Toro. Heading the new division, which will be based at the company's Los Angeles headquarters, is Erich…
CBS led the way in nominations for the first American Television Awards -- the ABC May sweeps special that raised the hackles of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, which presents the…
The New Harmony Project, established to help develop the materials of writers , has announced participants in the 1993 conference/laboratory.
ABC has announced a reorganization of its West Coast publicity department in the wake of the departure of several longtime staffers.
Comedy kingpin David Zucker is handing the directing reins on "The Naked Gun The Final Insult" to Peter Segal.
It's April, so it must be Mip-TV. The traveling circus that is the international TV distribution business has arrived in Cannes for the 30th anniversary edition of the Marche International des…
General Motors Corp. once again is fighting a TV news show that questioned the safety of its pickup trucks with side-mounted gasoline tanks.
Arleen Sorkin, the former co-host on ABC's "America's Funniest People," has slapped the show's producer with a racial discrimination suit, saying that he let her go because she was white.