Ailing Dutch electronics giant Philips is shrugging off rumors that it is planning a major restructure of its consumer electronics operation in the face of continuing heavy losses. Earlier this…
After months of deliberation, the European Commission has moved to enforce its much-criticized "Television Without Frontiers" directive across the whole of the community.
Walt Disney must have rubbed its magic lamp the right way.
Roth Companies president Paul A. Roth has been selected to receive the Robert W. Selig NATO/ShoWester of the Year award during a ceremony to be held on March 9 at NATO/ShoWest '93 at Bally's Hotel…
An austerity-minded 20th Century Fox may be throwing out Steven Seagal with the bathwater. According to his attorney Buddy Monasch, Fox has passed on Seagal's putative directorial debut "Man of…
Sony's Columbia torchbearer has finally pried MGM's Leo the Lion from his Culver City lair. MGM's on-again, off-again home, Filmland, will become the new roost next summer for about 600 to 700 Sony…
NBC's "Today" emerged as the big winner of election week, Nov. 2-6, in daytime and fringe ratings, pulling its best Nielsen survey in more than three years.
Beginning today, Daily Variety will be published electronically through the Baseline entertainment information service.
An author and the former roommate of convicted serial killer Aileen Wuornos will be in the California 9th Circuit Court of Appeals this morning in a last-ditch attempt to stop CBS from airing…
Kushner-Locke Co., the television production company, said Friday that it completed a public stock offering of 8,050,000 common shares, raising just over $ 8 million.
E! Entertainment Television will cover the nominations for the cable TV industry's highest creative awards, the Cable Ace Awards, in a live special tomorrow at 8 a.m. (PST). It marks the first time…