The Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle might be spending more time on "Sunset Boulevard" when its awards ceremony rolls around April 10.
Discovery Communications Inc. Monday launched its third test of Your Choice TV, the video-on-demand system that allows cable subscribers to view shows when they want to -- not when the programs are…
Will the next Felix Awards presentation take place in Gothenburg, Sweden, in 1995? It is not as far-fetched as it might sound.
Total TV advertising will surpass newspaper revenues for the first time in 1994, according to estimates released by the Television Bureau of Advertising.
“Blink” is a New Line Cinema release. Distribution credit was incorrect in Album Spotlight Monday. * * * Domestic distribution credit for Carolco’s “Wagons East” was incorrect Friday in Short Takes…
A few first-weekers in both Los Angeles and New York kept the exclusives roster afloat last weekend. Strongest was Fine Line's "Fiorile" in Gotham, taking nearly $ 30,000 at two screens. First Look's…
To the makers of comedies, the Academy Awards is no laughing matter. "Serious people somehow are more admired than clowns," says veteran writer Larry Gelbart, reflecting on Oscar's usual snub of…
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences and American Center for Children’s Television will co-sponsor the Children’s Interactive Media Festival from 10…
Second-quarter revenues and earnings more than doubled at Trimark Holdings Inc. as the company boosted both the quantity and commercial quality of its homevid releases.
The American Society of Cinematographers will conduct three free seminars as part of a commemorative celebration of the organization's 75th anniversary. The seminars will be sponsored by Eastman…
"Seinfeld" and "Roseanne" carried their ongoing ratings battle into the awards field Monday, as the hit sitcoms led the parade of Writers Guild of America nominees for 1993's outstanding TV and radio…