Marc Sternberg, an exec on such pix as "The Last Boy Scout,""Defending Your Life" and "CB4," has moved from Alphaville to take a senior veep of production slot at Daybreak Prods. on the Universal lot.
Laura Thielen, program director of the San Francisco Intl. Film Festival, seemed to be gently lowering expectations this week when she said, "More than ever, this festival is not about familiar…
Distrib and exhib sources buzzed Thursday with word that Fox is pushing back James Cameron's summer Schwarzenegger actioner "True Lies" two weeks to a July 15 opening due to a tight post-production…
American Women in Radio & TV's Southern California chapter will hold its 39th annual Genii Awards luncheon April 29 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
"Late Show With David Letterman" rebounded from two depressed, NCAA-interrupted weeks to score a big win during the March 28-April 1 Nielsen period, with help from Madonna.
"Fatal Subtraction," attorney Pierce O'Donnell's book on the Art Buchwald trial, was misidentified in a story Wednesday.
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has revised its year-old procedure regarding video mailings of programs eligible for the Primetime Emmy Awards, seeking to make the fees more equitable.
Tele-Communications Inc., the nation's largest cable television operator, said Thursday it is holding talks with several music companies to launch a musicvideo channel.
CBS is taking issue with Fox Broadcasting's statement that it has signed some two dozen Eye web and ABC affils to secondary affiliation agreements to carry Fox's coverage of the National Football…
The two-hour premiere of Rysher Entertainment's "Thunder in Paradise" roared into the Nielsen national syndication rankings with a 5.3 rating.
Come June, Japanese moviegoers will be seeing double as Shochiku, one of Japan's major film studios, simultaneously releases two versions of the same movie with the same leading actors.