Citing inefficiencies in the way payments are made to American and British copyright owners, the National Music Publishers' Assn. and the U.K.'s Music Publishers' Assn. have formed a joint venture…
"It's like a virtual reality record," says Jesus Jones leader Mike Edwards, describing "Perverse," the group's third album, which arrives in stores tomorrow. "It's all done from digital memories. The…
Unlike the Oscar and its Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, which has 5,000-plus voting members, the non-profit HFPA's active voting journalists number only 86. They reside in the U.S. but…
The good times kept rolling at cinemas across Europe last week as "Bram Stoker's Dracula" and "A Few Good Men" chalked up impressive starts, and "The Bodyguard" showed remarkable tenacity.
Barry Kemp knows about creating sitcoms, both for established comedy stars ("Newhart,")"Delta") and for actors new to the comedy field ("Coach"). He's not sure which is easier.
Hearst Entertainment and Transactional Media Inc. have formed a partnership to develop and distribute programming with a direct marketing bent, much along the lines of ABC's recently completed test…
The red ribbons that have become so visible in Hollywood in recent years, heightening awareness of AIDS, will be even more visible in the months to come as the host of Hollywood awards events gets…
Congress is planning oversight hearings soon to investigate complaints that broadcasters are ignoring a new law requiring them to meet the educational needs of children.
Encouraged by recent Hollywood interest and lavish scenic films like Universal's "Out of Africa" and Carolco's "Mountains of the Moon," Kenya wants a movie industry of its own. And soul music's first…
It started with a phone call from then-Paramount chief BrandonTartikoff.
The Federal Communications Commission this week will ask the full U.S. 7th Circuit Court of Appeals to rehear the financial interest and syndication rules case.