Illinois-based Emmis Broadcasting, owner of radio stations in Los Angeles, New York and Chicago, is poised to enter the rapidly expanding U.K. radio market.
Radio station owners scored a big victory this week when the Senate added an amendment to legislation expected to be signed by President Clinton that could result in a flood of new advertising.
The broadcast industry's bid for spectrum flexibility to provide data transmission and other services came under attack Thursday in the Senate Commerce Committee.
New marketing trends sweeping the recording industry are expected to generate considerable debate at the 36th annual NARM convention in San Francisco March 18-22.
"The Stars Fell on Henrietta," produced by Clint Eastwood's Malpaso Co. for Warner Bros. release, began lensing Monday in Abilene, Texas.
Oscar odds-making, illegal in the U.S. but thriving at Ladbrokes in London, has Holly Hunter, Tom Hanks and "Schindler's List" clobbering rivals for best actress, actor and picture.
Agency for the Performing Arts fired back at "Home Improvement" producer Matt Williams and his production company Thursday in a countersuit that demanded some $ 700,000 in "package" commissions.
Time Inc., on the heels of big brother Time Warner, has instituted same-sex health coverage, making it the first major news organization to do so.
The toon trio that stars in TV's "Steven Spielberg Presents Animaniacs" will make it to the bigscreen in a short that will precede Warner Bros.'
King World Prods. stock surged up 4.6% Thursday on more rumors of a merger with Capital Cities/ABC. The rumors were fueled by a report from CNBC commentator Dan Dorfman.
The Film Information Council has awarded TriStar Pictures' "Philadelphia" and Warner Bros./Morgan Creek's "Ace Venture: Pet Detective" the FIC excellence in film marketing awards for the months of…