Time Warner Entertainment Co. L.P. has filed the registration for $ 1.2 billion in senior notes already in the hands of investors.
Julie Andrews, absent from the New York stage since "Camelot" in 1960, has signed on for "Putting It Together," a revue of Stephen Sondheim songs that will be presented Off Broadway beginning next…
With Nielsen overnight averages for the World Series finale significantly lower than last year's, the national box office leaders over the weekend showed a 25% increase from the comparable 1991…
Cable Positive, the cable industry's AIDS awareness organization, has scheduled two fund-raisers this fall, with proceeds earmarked for ongoing educational and awareness campaigns and to research and…
A woman who claims she was sexually harassed for several years on the set of "General Hospital" has filed a multimillion-dollar suit against the show's former stage manager, who was fired by ABC…
New York-based October Films has concluded a private placement engineered by Allen & Co. Inc., which gives the fledgling indie marketing and distribution company a significant boost in its bid to…
TriStar's "Chaplin" pantomimed a PG-13 and Columbia's "Bram Stoker's Dracula" bit off an R in the 1,240th weekly bulletin of the Motion Picture Assn. of America's Classification & Rating…
CNN Radio and Caballero Spanish Media have inked a five-year deal to develop CNNRadio Noticias, a Spanish-language radio network expected to reach 90% of the U.S. Hispanic marketplace.
Polygram laid off at least 25 employees Friday from its distribution operations, with more expected to follow before the end of the week.
Buena Vista Television Friday confirmed that it will enter the syndie arena next year with "The Crusaders," a new one-hour weekly advocacy investigative series earmarked for prime time berths.
After five years of negotiations, Paramount Pictures Corp. has finally cut a deal to provide its feature films to the Viewer's Choice pay-per-view service starting Jan. 1, 1993.