B.O. muscle, growth in music sales and cable subs, and a healthier ad market pumped Time Warner Inc.'s fourth-quarter cash flow to a record $ 760 million, up almost 3% from a year ago as…
The FCC is expected to announce Tuesday it is extending a freeze on cable TV rate hikes beyond Feb. 15.
The law firm Loeb & Loeb is taking on a country flavor with a new Nashville branch that will give it a client list of some of the nation's hottest country music artists.
MTV veejay Adam Curry has signed on with C/NET: The Computer Network, a new cable network aimed at the computer and videogame crowd led by TV industry vet Kevin Wendle (Daily Variety, Nov. 24, 1993).
Rob Kenneally has joined syndicator Rysher TPE as exec VP, creative affairs, a new position in which he'll direct a new push into network and movie production and oversee the company's active slate…
All American TV and Telescene Communications have provided “Sirens” with a firm production commitment for fall. The firstrun female cop drama, which had a short run on ABC starting last March, has…
As expected, pop diva Whitney Houston dominated the 21st annual American Music Awards, scoring seven trophies and a special award thanks to the success of "The Bodyguard" soundtrack, one of the…
Hollywood's odds-on Oscar favorites continued to dominate other awards nominations Monday as the American Cinema Editors picked Michael Kahn's "Schindler's List," Veronika Jenet's "The Piano" and…
Michael Nathanson, who recently exited as Columbia Pictures corporate executive veepee, will assume the prexy/CEO slot at Warner Bros.-based New Regency Prods. Feb. 15, New Regency confirmed Monday.
After sustaining major damage in the Jan. 17 earthquake, MTM is moving out of its longtime home at CBS' Studio City lot.
Arista Records chief executive Clive Davis was presented with the Gloria Swanson Humanitarian Award at the 10th annual American Cinema Awards Sunday at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.