Back from the brink of bankruptcy, Italy's pubcaster RAI faces a difficult year of cost cuts, potential labor disputes, a sluggish advertising market and talk of a web sell-off.
A Miramax executive on Sunday called on the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn., the New York Film Critics Circle and the Los Angeles Film Critics Assn. to adopt advertising guidelines for its…
The management of KMPC-AM has confirmed to staff that the station will be sold to Capital Cities/ABC, reportedly for $ 18 million to $ 20 million.
More than a few of the Hollywood heavyweights flocking to Las Vegas this weekend for Barbra Streisand's concerts at the MGM Grand Hotel will return several days later to join 80,000 others for a…
Carolco Pictures Inc. said since less than $ 2.7 million in aggregate principal of its 13% senior subordinated notes due 1996 was tendered, it will return all notes tendered to their holders. The…
CanWest Global's Kiwi outpost, TV3, has shuffled its top management. Chief executive and president Ken Clark has resigned and been replaced by his deputy, Gerry Noble, who becomes managing director.
Former LAPD chief Daryl Gates hosts his last show on KFI-AM Friday, according to station programming director David Hall.
Ontario's film and television production boom shows no signs of tapering off as this year's production levels soared past a record set in 1992.
Publicity firm Rogers & Cowan's hopes of opening a Nashville office may have been dashed as talks with the latest candidate to head the outpost ended without a deal.
KCOP-TV named Bishop Ellison chief engineer, replacing Win Korabell, who has taken a new corporate position with Chris-Craft/United Television. Ellison was with Harris Broadcast in Quincy, Ill. * * *…