The FCC slapped Infinity Broadcasting with a whopping $ 500,000 fine Thursday for allegedly airing indecent material from the Howard Stern show on four Infinity stations. The fine brings to $ 1.1…
TV syndicators will harvest $ 1.5 billion in national advertising sales for 1993, a jump of 12% over 1992's $ 1.34 billion.
Sony Pictures Entertainment announced an overhaul at the studio's financial operations, with several new appointments. The company said that the move was designed to enhance its long-range financial…
Universal Pictures Distribution has issued cash rewards to six film exhibitors who provided information regarding illegal camcording in theaters of "Jurassic Park." The studio initiated a reward…
John Denver will return to the big screen in "The Higher Ground," a mystical romantic comedy-drama inspired by his song of the same name.
Vince Gill's CMA nominations 8 The Country Music Assn. obviously believes in the onetime would-be pro golfer who led nominations, while Alan Jackson was close behind with seven and Garth Brooks…
Mark H. Resnick has been named senior veepee of business affairs for 20th Century Fox, moving to the studio from Columbia Pictures.
CBS, NBC and Fox Broadcasting Co., still miffed about the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences' exclusive broadcast deal with ABC, are essentially boycotting the 45th annual Primetime Emmy Awards.
Dick Clark Prods. will produce ABC's fall preview special, "How I Spent My Summer Vacation,"featuring stars of new ABC series.
A Sony Pictures Entertainment phone directory obtained by Daily Variety Thursday showed that alleged sex peddler Ivan Nagy had an office on the Columbia Pictures lot as recently as 10 months ago.
Singer Paula Abdul was vindicated Thursday by a federal court jury that rejected backup singer Yvette Marine's claim that she sang co-lead vocals on Abdul's debut Virgin disc "Forever Your Girl."