The National Assn. of Broadcasters has tapped broadcast legend Dick Clark to receive its 1993 Distinguished Service Award for his "singular and extraodinary career in TV and radio." Clark will…
Music publishers for composer Igor Stravinsky filed suit yesterday in N.Y. Federal Court against the Walt Disney Co., over the inclusion of Stravinsky's "The Rite of Spring" in videocassette copies…
Susan Stafford, former companion of the late gameshow producer Dan Enright, has formed Stafford/Enright Prods., a new production company -- staffed by a number of former Enright associates -- that…
The future of Studio Babelsberg (formerly DEFA) as a major film studio is shaky. Only one feature production has wrapped on the lot since French investment company CIP bought the 46-hectare lot from…
Robert Metzler will be business manager for the 65th Academy Awards, the 39th time he has served in that position.
CBS showed no signs of giving up its daytime ratings crown, as the web steamrolled to its 202nd consecutive household ratings win, according to Nielsen statistics for the week ending Jan. 17.
The long-silent 18-month-old Spanish Federation of Producers' Assns. (FAPAE) lashed out this week at Spanish exhibitors and the state-run quincentennial org.
Producers Mace Neufeld and Robert Rehme are scheduled to receive the NATO/ShoWest 1993 Producer of the Year award, during the March 11 final-night awards banquet at Bally's Hotel & Casino in Las…
Malcolm-Jamal Warner has teamed with actor Claude Brooks ("Amen") and producer Robert Johnson to form Tres' Deep Prods., with a Saturday-morning pilot already in the works for ABC.
Gerald M. Levin was handed the final trappings of power yesterday when Time Warner's board of directors elected him chairman of the world's largest entertainment and media company.
Live Entertainment will clear a major hurdle next week when it secures a new $50 million credit facility from its bankers, Pioneer and a new lending group.