Ralph Bell, longtime voiceover artist and SAG leader who began his career as a radio performer, died Aug. 2 following a massive heart attack in New York. He was 82. He landed several roles on…
Shares of Sony Corp. hit a low for the year in Tokyo amid speculation that its operating profit will drop for the second straight quarter and because of the fall on Wall Street.
Proving once again that not-nice guys finish first, Gramercy Pictures' "Your Friends and Neighbors" led the exclusives roster in its second weekend.
Actress Holly Hunter and writer-director Robert Towne have been named the recipients of this year's "Film Excellence Awards" at the Boston Film Festival.
With CNN barely registering on Latino ratings charts, Turner Latin America has opted to play hardball with audience measure company Ibope, withholding payment until improvements are made.
Kids cabler Nickelodeon will join the hoopla surrounding Mark McGwire's and Sammy Sosa's pursuit of the single-season home run record by running daily "Home Run Record Race" vignettes each night…
Members of the National Assn. of Broadcast Employees and Technicians meeting in Chicago have voted to sign on to the Communication Workers of America's $170 million strike fund.
Satcasters are saying thanks but no thanks to an offer by broadcasters of a three-month extension to a court order requiring DirecTV and EchoStar to shut down their network feeds on Oct. 8.
The second annual Los Angeles Latino Intl. Film Festival kicks off Oct. 2 for a 10-day run at Universal Studios, the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and other venues.
As part of its growing presence in the Spanish broadcast market, Columbia TriStar Intl. Television has opened an office in Madrid and has named Nathalie Garcia director of sales, Spain.
Seiniger Advertising Group chairman Tony Seiniger announced that veteran creative exec Scott Bramlett and Lee Harry have joined the agency as co-heads of the Audio/Visual Department. Bramlett was…