Wharf Cable, a newcomer to the world of TV, is almost certain to be a shoo-in for Hong Kong's exclusive cable TV license, per a top government official.
Consumer confidence is back -- at least at the box office. Patrons had more on their minds this past weekend than Christmas shopping, lending hefty support to at least four nationwide releases.
The performance of advertising-driven media in the U.S. and the world should improve slightly in 1993 if the U.S. economy continues to strengthen.
An Ontario Court of Appeal on Saturday overturned a lower court ruling banning the nationwide Canadian Broadcasting Corp.'s airing of a controversial miniseries about sexual abuse, ruling instead to…
Audrey Hepburn will receive the Screen Actors Guild Achievement Award, the union's highest honor.
Liberty Media Corp., the cable programming company spun off from giant Tele-Communications Inc., has agreed to acquire control of Home Shopping Network from its chairman, Roy M. Speer, for $ 152…
Film Australia, the government-owned production house, has sold what's thought to be the first Oz series to screen on a Japanese TV network.
The National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences has announced six artists and three music industry pioneers as recipients of its 1992-93 Lifetime Achievement and Trustees Awards, which will be…
Prince's Paisley Park Records and a Los Angeles entertainment corporation plan to team in an offshoot of the famed Minneapolis-based Glam Slam nightclub, with a goal of opening the new venue around…
Federal Communications Commission chairman Al Sikes is resigning his post Jan. 19, the day before Bill Clinton becomes president.
Tim Disney and members of Shamrock Holdings have snapped up controlling interest in Virtual World Entertainment Inc., a leading virtual reality entertainment company.