In a move that could signal the unraveling of MTV's stranglehold on the broadcasting of musicvideos, a consortium of record labels is discussing the formation of its own musicvideo service.
Chevy Chase finally delivered some latenight ratings ... but it was on CBS' "Late Show With David Letterman."
Teri Ritzer will ankle her post as veepee of international publicity at 20th Century Fox, having chosen not to renew her contract at the end of its two-year run.
The Paramount board of directors is expected to meet today and there is speculation it could approve Viacom's revised bid.
The Theatre Equipment Assn.'s second annual seminar series, "The Evolving & Future Technologies of the Motion Picture Industry," is skedded for Jan. 25-26 at the Century Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles.
Meg Ryan is close to closing a deal to star in Paramount's romantic comedy "I.Q.," a 1950s story that has Albert Einstein playing Cupid for his niece, sources said Thursday.
"All those great reaction shots in the audience (are) all gravy," insists director Kit Carson. "But the main thing is to capture the moment, that intimate moment when a guest is revealing something."
The dramatic fall of Mario Conde, dismissed two weeks ago as president of the crisis-hit Spanish bank Banesto, has sent tremors of apprehension through the country's television industry.
Three days after Los Angeles was injured by earthquake and aftershocks, the insults to business-as-usual in Hollywood continued.
People magazine's year-end "25 Most Intriguing People of 1993" lists four TV talkshow hosts -- Oprah Winfrey, David Letterman, Howard Stern, Rush Limbaugh -- and a fifth, Susan Powter, who graduates…
Several key foreign companies are bidding for an ownership stake in Poland's private TV web. License seekers include Time Warner Inc., Bertelsmann, Canal Plus, CLT and the Central European…