The Rogers & Cowan PR firm is suing actress Joanne Woodward for 18 months of fees and expenses unpaid before she and husband Paul Newman severed their ties with the company.
The U.S. Figure Skating Championships have jumped to ABC's best Saturday rating since the 1989 World Series and earned first-place marks for the Alphabet net in the Jan. 3-9 primetime Nielsens…
Already a major success in other formats, the Who's "Tommy" looks to be headed to the interactive multimedia arena.
The U.S. Supreme Court today will hear oral arguments on the cable TV industry's constitutional challenge to a law requiring cablers to set aside a third of their channels for over-the-air broadcast…
As a sign of the growing importance North Americans are according the Latin American TV market, NATPE Intl. will award its first Intl. Award of Excellence to Venezuelan media magnate Gustavo Cisneros…
The Classification & Ratings Administration is under the jurisdiction of the Motion Picture Assn. of America and its semi-silent partner, the National Assn. of Theater Owners. It consists of two…
Blockbuster Entertainment -- which has agreed to be acquired by Viacom in a $ 8.4 billion deal -- said that four lawsuits have been filed in Delaware state court challenging the proposed merger.
A New York State Supreme Court jury on Friday ordered the producers of "Blue Man Group in 'Tubes' "-- one of Off Broadway's most lucrative shows -- to pay director Marlene Swartz $ 158,000 in…
Ralph Kamp, head of international sales for Lumiere Pictures, has been upped to managing director of the parent company’s London-based international sales and homevideo division. Kamp will continue…
Academy of Television Arts & Sciences president Richard Frank clearly set the tone for Tuesday's Superhighway Summit at UCLA in his opening remarks, saying, "Everyone is guessing and groping" as to…
London Weekend TV unveiled an exceptionally bullish profit forecast Tuesday in a last-ditch attempt to fight off Granada Group's hostile takeover bid for the ITV station.