The FCC today is expected to seek comment on whether changes are needed in the primetime access rule, a move likely to touch off a major entertainment-industry lobbying battle.
Brian Lowry: Changing Channels
Faster than you can say "change reels," numerous exhibition and distribution executives were quick to express skepticism over Pacific Bell's announcement Monday that it would test a system to deliver…
When Warner Bros. CEO Robert Daly walked into the first post-merger gathering of senior Time Warner management in the Bahamas nearly five years ago, he felt a hand on his shoulder. It was a Time Inc…
Dack Rambo, who had roles on television's "Dallas," and "Another World" until he quit acting after disclosing he'd tested positive for the AIDS virus, died Monday. He was 53.
Traditional over-the-air broadcasting will remain a dominant force in the multimedia world of tomorrow, National Assn. of Broadcasters prexy Eddie Fritts promised in a speech kicking off the 1994 NAB…
MCA/Universal Home Video is expected to announce today that it will release triple Oscar winner "Jurassic Park" to homevideo on Oct. 4, delivering one of the most eagerly awaited titles since Disney…
Academy officials breathed something of a sigh of relief Monday as the prelude to Hollywood's biggest annual event went off uneventfully.
Universal's "The Paper" joined the exclusives roster last weekend, opening to decent numbers on a combined three screens in Los Angeles and New York.
Best actor Tom Hanks went to great lengths to praise two gay friends as well as the courageous execs at TriStar Pictures who got behind the "Philadelphia" project.
Hollywood's eternal little boy finally drew a man's respect Monday night. Steven Spielberg, after years of disregard by Academy voters, was vindicated with seven Oscars for his Holocaust epic…