The Australian Broadcasting Authority has issued draft guidelines on local content rules for future pay-television drama service Down Under.
Responding to widespread criticism over last year's Primetime Emmy Awards, the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences' national awards committee has proposed several major changes in award…
It's taken five years, but ABC has finally signaled the end of its daytime ratings loser "Home" and instead will program the 11 a.m. hour with "Shirley," Canada's highest-rated talkshow.
MARTHA & ANGIE? Martha Coolidge is the director of choice to replace Jonathan Kaplan on "Angie, I Says," the one-time Madonna/now Geena Davis starrer that has had its share of behind-the-scenes…
In a move Wall Street dubbed "unexpected," Blockbuster Entertainment prez Joseph R. Baczko resigned yesterday, just as the video retail giant announced it had initiated a corporatewide reorganization.
The Federal Communications Commission has officially reopened the fin-syn case, asking interested parties to comment on how the agency can better justify rules that a federal court rejected in…
Chris Pula has been named New Line Cinema's president of theatrical marketing , as part of the company's aggressive restructuring of itsmarketing division in advance of its high-profile 1993 release…
The SFP is back from the health farm. After a radical three-year "cure," France's largest TV production company has lost weight and is off the critical list.
CBS may have found the right prescription for Saturday with the new in-house hour "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman," which rang in New Year's night with a 28 share opposite college football and converted…
A massive surge at Christmas has lifted music industry sales for 1992 an estimated 10.9% over all of 1991, according to a survey released last week by Macey Lipman Marketing.
After a year that some would prefer to forget, European exhibs are entering 1993 in a reasonably bullish mood.