Jones Intercable chief executive Glenn Jones plans to launch a TV network for computer users to help them "get comfortable" with the new digital compression technology.
With a London site out of the running, MCA Inc. hopes to sign a deal this year with the French government to build its multibillion-dollar Universal Studios Europe on the outskirts of Paris.
The international television marketplace is on the verge of major new expansion in the mid-'90s.
Fox Broadcasting Co. has taken another step toward fulfilling the pledge to go weekly with its Monday movie in June, acquiring roughly a dozen new theatrical titles, including "The Player" and "The…
Live Time Inc. announced that a special keynote address highlighting redevelopment plans for Hollywood's theater district will kick off the West Coast Theatre Conference at 9:30 a.m. on June 5 at the…
Comedian Rodney Dangerfield will make his dramatic acting debut in Oliver Stone's "Natural Born Killers," which begins filming May 17 in Los Angeles. Dangerfield has been set as Juliette Lewis'…
Writers Jeff Stein and Frank Dungan have sued manager Helen Kushnick for allegedly failing to represent them properly in two deals with 20th Century Fox.
Acknowledging that advertising and product identity with motion pictures have become a global issue, Warner Bros. has named Lynn Smith to the newly created position of VP, worldwide promotions.
KABC-TV will preempt a rerun of "The Commish" April 26 to make room for two back-to-back episodes of "Homefront."
CBS Inc. reported vastly improved first quarter operating results, powered by its revitalized network operations.
JUST WHEN THINGS were getting interesting, NBC has to go and spoil things by saying it's not for sale.