Singer Peggy Lee has fought off Walt Disney Co.'s appeal of her $ 2.3 million in damages from video rights to the 1955 animated film "Lady and the Tramp."
Subsidiaries of the giant telephone company Bell Atlantic Corp. yesterday filed suit challenging the constitutionality of a law barring telcos from providing TV programs in their local service area.
Film star and former Screen Actors Guild president Dana Andrews, 83, died at Los Alamitos Medical Center early yesterday morning of pneumonia. He had been in failing health for several years.
Gotham's independents grabbed a lion's share of the young adult television viewers in the key 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. programming block, leaving the network affiliates to fend for the rest, according to…
"They gave me the USO (United Services Organization) award the year I didn't leave the country. They gave me an Oscar for being a humanitarian. And the B'nai B'rith gave me an award for being a…
General Cinema Corp. yesterday reported a significant profit improvement in its fourth quarter of 1992 and full fiscal year, reflecting sharply higher earnings from its publishing operations and…
HBO Sports and Time Warner Sports' pay-per-view network TVKO cut an exclusive deal with heavyweight champion Riddick Bowe for six title bouts, an agreement that may be worth more than $ 100 million…
CBS has extended its order of the Stephen J. Cannell Prods. drama "The Hat Squad" and will move the show to Saturday at 10 p.m., effective Jan. 2. The show will round out a lineup that includes "Dr…
It's back to the future for San Diego Civic Light Opera, producer of the Starlight musicals.
American Film Technologies Inc. expects to report a loss for the second quarter ending Dec. 31 of $ 700,000 to $ 1.2 million. AFT said the deficit reflects costs of moving additional film coloring…
Dick Clark Prods., principally a producer of network awards shows and specials, is continuing efforts to expand production in other areas with a broad slate of telefilms, pilots and modestly budgeted…