Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer may hire a new advertising agency by year-end as part of an ongoing evaluation of the studio's marketing functions following management changes.
Longtime KNBC-TV political editor Linda Douglass will leave the station when her contract expires Nov. 23 to relocate to Washington, D.C., where her husband is moving his law practice.
Political spending for 1992 is estimated to have reached $ 310 million, according to statistics from the Television Bureau of Advertising. That's 35% above the $ 230 million the TVB originally…
MCA/Universal Merchandising and the Musicland Group are co-hosting an in-store promotion around the TV show "Northern Exposure" throughout November.
Variety publisher Gerry Byrne has been appointed to the newly created position of vice president/director of publishing operations for both Daily Variety and Variety, part of a strategic plan to…
The first Geraldo Rivera spec following the demise of last season's strip "Now It Can Be Told" will premiere in January.
New firstrun and off-net strips have shown encouraging signs of growth in Nielsen overnight metered markets entering the November sweeps.
Cineplex Odeon Corp. locked out union projectionists at its Chicago-area Plitt Theatres Inc. yesterday after Local 110 of the Motion Picture Projectionists & Video Technicians Union rejected the…
A new play written and directed by Ingmar Bergman will open Feb. 4 at the Swedish Film Institute. It's called "Sista skrilet," which translates roughly as "The Latest Thing."
HBO's dramatic trilogy "Hotel Room" has wrapped. David Lynch directed two of the three episodes of the trilogy set to air in January 1993.
An aide to California Gov. Pete Wilson has leveled sharp criticism at a Chicago court's decision tossing out new Federal Communications Commission financial interest and syndication rules.