Garth Brooks has aligned with the National Football League for two benefit concerts Jan. 29 at the Great Western Forum to benefit a major community youth project in South Central Los Angeles, to be…
At a time when TV has come under fire for not promoting "family values," the pay-per-view industry is providing an interesting test to see if there's a market for such programming.
Rolling Stone magazine and Time Life Music are joining forces to produce a seven-CD or cassette package, "The Rolling Stone Collection: 25 Years of Essential Rock."
Pat Sajak will host the year-end special "Variety '92," an examination of the year's top entertainment stories being syndicated for a January broadcast window by Turner Program Services.
YOU KNOW THAT OLD SUPERSTITION about famous people dying in threes? So what's going to go next at NBC?
The Supreme Court yesterday steered clear of a Florida obscenity flap over a rap album by 2 Live Crew. The court rejected without comment a sheriff's bid to reinstate a ruling that the album "As…
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and its owner, the French bank Credit Lyonnais, separately sued former MGM owner Kirk Kerkorian and other defendants for alleged fraud and breach of fiduciary duty in the sale of…
Richard Soto is the Public Broadcasting Service's new director of drama, performance and cultural programming, succeeding Alice Myatt, who ankled. The D.C.-based independent TV producer has extensive…
Time Warner Inc. has taken a novel approach to selling off its stake in games maker Hasbro Inc.: It is taking its 14% stake in the game company and effectively turning it into notes for new…
Majestic Films & Television Intl. has signed on to handle foreign distribution of American Playhouse telefilms, including the company's catalog product, under a new deal that starts Jan. 1.
A Chicago court yesterday gave the Federal Communications Commission 120 days to devise new financial interest and syndication rules, but said that if the FCC fails to meet the deadline, the TV…