Three newcomers offered little competition to the weekend's top-10 holdovers, which all enjoyed drop-offs of 31% or less from last weekend.
Isaac Tigrett, the colorful founder of the House of Blues, has been relieved of day-to-day duties overseeing the operation of the chain and has been given the title of chairman emeritus. He will…
Citing a shortage of studio space on its lot, 20th Century Fox has inked a five-year lease in the soon-to-be-built Manhattan Beach Studios.
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No. 3 radio group Jacor Communications Inc. snapped up radio broadcaster Nationwide Communications for $620 million in cash Monday in the latest stage of the frenzied consolidation in radio…
Linda Mancuso has extended her deal as president of Peter Engel Prods. through 2001. Engel, whose company produces NBC's Saturday-morning teen show 'Saved by the Bell," also recently reupped with NBC…
New Line's "Boogie Nights" continued to dominate the exclusives roster. Paul Thomas Anderson's tour of the 1970s porn industry bared $357,272 on 13 stages in New York and Los Angeles.
Universal Records has tapped industry vet Valerie DeLong as veep and will team her with top label execs to bolster the presence of Universal artists on radio.
The Walt Disney Co.'s music arm is reuniting with talent manager Bob Cavallo. Studio chief Joe Roth has engineered a joint-venture pact with Third Rail Records, the company of the vet music industry…
Miramax Intl. has paid $300,000 for theatrical and homevideo rights to Paul Greengrass' "Theory of Flight" in the United Kingdom and Ireland.
No. 3 cabler US West Media Group will sever all ties to the US West telephone company and change its name to Media One Group, it said Monday.
Miramax Films has pulled off a spectacular British coup by forming a partnership with Channel 4's David Aukin and Colin Leventhal and former Miramax exec Trea Hoving to launch a major U.K. film…