Three primetime World Series telecasts on CBS handcuffed the latenight competition in Nielsen daytime and fringe ratings for Oct. 18-22, while "Late Show With David Letterman" remained the big bat in…
Twentieth TV is reportedly pulling the proposed syndicated strip "Sparks" from the market in fall 1994 because of the glut of new and returning series earmarked for access.
"Jurassic Park" this week blasted through $ 450 million overseas gross, powered by socko preems in France and Belgium.
The Samuel Goldwyn Company has acquired worldwide rights, excluding Europe, to "Suture," one of the films that made news at this year's Telluride and Toronto film festivals.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has sued a Georgia carpet design company for selling an Academy Award Style floor covering.
Sales of CD-ROM disks to consumers will continue to accelerate, according to industry experts at the annual CD-ROM Expo, but they caution that CD-ROMs may never be more than a niche market -- albeit…
The long-awaited launch of Hong Kong's first cable television network this weekend has been marred by a row with Rupert Murdoch's Star TV, which was supposed to be part of the initial cable service.
Saban Entertainment will make a two-hour movie, "Honor Thy Father and Mother -- The True Story of the Menendez Family," with plans to begin production and decide later where to sell the telefilm…
Live Home Video reached an agreement early Thursday morning for the domestic distribution rights to P.F.G. Entertainment's "Heart of Stone," which is triggered to begin production in January.
Susan Powter and her high-intensity "Stop the Insanity" infomercial were big winners Wednesday at the National Infomercial Marketing Assn. Awards in Las Vegas.
A symposium on sexual harassment, sponsored by the Screen Actors Guild, the Directors Guild of America and the Writers Guild of America, will be held at the DGA Theatre from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday.