Severe weather and an energy emergency in D.C. forced the closure of the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Wednesday.
Hoping to capture consumer interest spurred by the approaching Academy Awards ceremony, MGM/UA Home Video will tap its vaults to release a slate of classic Oscar-winning films.
Gabriel Byrne, the Irish thesp who exec produced the incendiary legal drama "In the Name of the Father," is putting together a three-pic feature slate to be set up at his Dublin-based indie…
FCC commissioner James Quello will receive the Distinguished Service Award from the National Assn. of Broadcasters at the NAB convention in Las Vegas March 21.
CBS scored its highest Tuesday movie rating in nearly a year with part two of "In the Best of Families: Marriage, Pride & Madness," nabbing the web's best results that night this season.
“Volere, Volare” and “Leolo” are being distributed by Fine Line. The distribution arrangements were inaccurate in Monday’s story about the Golden Reel Awards nominations. * * * There are seven VHF…
Aftershocks to Monday's Northridge earthquake made it difficult for the entertainment industry -- especially TV productions -- to get back into action Wednesday.
The pack of syndicated talkshows came tumbling back to earth in the first full week of the new year, while Paramount's "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine" once again blasted into a high ratings orbit.
Pacific Shore Pictures has become the newest kid on Hollywood's indie block with plans to put out three films a year in the $ 3 million budget range.
FCC commissioner Ervin Duggan says he has no intention of censoring controversial public TV programs when he becomes prexy of the Public Broadcasting Service Feb. 1.
MCA TV's "Universal Action Pack," a weekly series of 24 primetime rotating telepix from top-line action producers, got off to a strong start in a dozen metered markets on Monday and Tuesday.