Capella Intl., currently in production on the Al Pacino starrer "Two Bits," has upped Judy Landon to director of marketing.
Phil Donahue has signed a one-year contract extension to continue hosting his talkshow through the 1994-95 season, making it his shortest deal yet with syndicator Multimedia Entertainment.
The verdict is in: "The Firm" is firming up as a substantial hit in its first foreign appearances. "Jurassic Park," meanwhile, had an awesome July 23-25 weekend overseas, devouring $ 20 million and…
San Antonio-based broadcaster Clear Channel Communications Monday posted the most successful second quarter in its 21-year history, according to president and chief executive L. Lowry Mays.
A federal judge rejected part of a lawsuit filed by a woman who claims she sang lead vocals on four of Paula Abdul's hits, saying he'll probably let a jury decide the rest.
ABC has taken another step on the program-labeling front with a viewer advisory hotline. ABC Entertainment prez Ted Harbert told visiting TV critics that both the webs and viewers will be served…
Lawyer Zna Portlock has sued Fox Inc. for allegedly firing her in retaliation for seeking "racial fairness."
First-time screenwriter Greg Fitzpatrick has sold his "Maelstrom" screenplay to Warner Bros. for an estimated $ 225,000 against $ 625,000, sources said.
TriStar Pictures has purchased scripter Chris Peterson's kidpic "Frequent Flyer" for Lynda Guber -- a studio-based producer and wife of Sony Pictures Entertainment chairman Peter Guber, sources said…
MPAA member companies last week began filing lawsuits against 9,000 U.S. cable TV operators, claiming they are owed $ 15 million in interest on cable copyright royalty payments.