The last shots may have been fired in the war for Paramount Communications, but a victor has yet to emerge from the field of battle.
Sunday's Dallas Cowboys-Buffalo Bills Super Bowl telecast has cleared the way for NBC's highest weeklong rating and biggest margin of victory during a non-Olympic week in five years.
Believing that the one thing missing in the spoken-word genre has been a full-fledged record label, Imago Recording Co. has pacted with NuYo Records to give poets an outlet for their wares.
Sources said Tuesday that Alan J. Pakula's Gotham-based production outfit has optioned the film rights for former overseas correspondent Robert Cullen's debut novel "Cover Story."
Warner Bros. Records has terminated its joint venture with Prince's Paisley Park Records, leaving many of the label's acts and execs in limbo.
The Intl. Museum of Humour, part of Gilbert Rozon's Just for Laughs comedy empire, officially closes its doors today after only 10 months in operation.
Tributes to Sid Caesar and Norman Lear will bookend the Museum of Television & Radio's 11th annual television festival, to be held March 2-19 at the L.A. County Museum of Art.
Joan Stein, who produced the long-running legiter "Love Letters" in L.A. and is currently producing "Ruthless! The Musical" here, is prepping a feature film with director Martha Coolidge.
MCA Music Publishing posted record-breaking U.S. revenues last year, benefiting from deals with songwriters and producer-songwriters signed to the label, many of whom are seeing their first big hits.
The radio industry last year turned in its best performance since 1985, according to figures released Tuesday by the Radio Advertising Bureau.
Meg Ryan and Tom Cruise will receive this year's Harvard Hasty Pudding Theatrical awards, given to performers who make "a lasting and impressive contribution to the world of entertainment."