CBS, Apple Computer and the New York Times are getting interactive over the Vietnam War. The three companies are jointly producing a CD-ROM software package on the war that will draw on the extensive…
Samuel Goldwyn Co.'s "The Wedding Banquet" won six of Taiwan's Golden Horse Awards over the weekend.
The Federal Communications Commission on Tuesday fined Paramount Communications' KTXH-TV Houston $ 80,000 for violating a law limiting the number of commercials a TV station may air during children's…
ABC has confirmed a 10 p.m. Wednesday time period, as expected (Daily Variety , Dec. 3), for the Columbia Pictures TV drama "Birdland," beginning Jan. 5.
While the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade may be on everyone's lips, it'll be business as usual for the Paris Screenings.
The Entertainment Industries Council, which has provided advice to the industry on the depiction of alcohol consumption, smoking and seat belt use, will soon address the issue of violence in the…
Marvel Entertainment Group Inc. has expanded its financial and legal staffs, citing continued growth of operations. Marvel's moves: Bobby Jenkins becomes executive VP and chief financial officer…
Seems like Macaulay Culkin, already the highest paid tyke actor in Hollywood, will get "Rich" after all, to the reported tune of $ 8 million. Warner Bros. announced Tuesday that Mac once again has…
Charles W. Fries has again been elected chairman of the Caucus for Producers, Writers & Directors, representing the 250-member industry organization.
The theatrical distribution company that released "A Brief History of Time" has run out of time. Triton Pictures issued a statement Tuesday confirming that it "will wind down its theatrical…