Twenty-five years after the Motion Picture Assn. of America inaugurated its voluntary ratings code, the system is still getting mixed reviews from Hollywood.
Roy Christopher has been named production designer for the 66th Academy Awards presentation, being produced by Gilbert Cates.
Cable TV titans are mulling rating all programs for violence, and have tacitly endorsed a bill offered by Rep. Ed Markey (D-Mass.) that would require a microchip in new TV sets to allow parents to…
In an effort to be competitive in the world marketplace, Motown Records has restructured its management team, upping threekey label players to executive VP slots.
Todd Slavkin’s name was misspelled in Monday’s review of the Fox Night at the Movies film “Dark Reflection,” for which he was co-scripter.
Coca-Cola will produce seven hours of entertainment and information programming on the three nights leading up to Super Bowl Sunday, for airing on the regional cable network Sports South.
Screenwriter Charles Evered has made a deal to script and direct a feature based on his play "Drift" for Mark Kaplan and Leanne Moore of LMK Prods. LMK will produce the $ 1.5 million feature in…
MCA/Universal Home Video will back its March 15 homevideo release of "We're Back! A Dinosaur's Story" with an extensive marketing and advertising campaign, relying on a two-tiered approach aimed at…
Citing a wealth of talented music artists unable to get heard by record company scouts, Fox morning show "Good Day L.A." will launch an unsigned artists competition, with the winners receiving a deal…
Eight large co-op apartment buildings in Manhattan will no longer be able to stop Time Warner Cable from selling its cable service to their residents, giving TW a victory over its wireless competitor…
"Leeza," the revamped NBC daytime talkshow sans John Tesh, will debut Monday on the Peacock web's morning sked. The focus will be on issues and relationships affecting the daytime audience.