Strong growth in German and Dutch TV advertising revenues boosted Luxembourg-based media conglomerate CLT's 1992 revenues 26% over earnings for the previous year.
After more than two months with a dim green light, WB's environmental actioner "On Deadly Ground" finally started lensing in Alaska Wednesday. The pic is Steven Seagal's directorial debut, and also…
Australia's Nine Network has axed its top-rated show after the new boss found "Sex" too embarrassing to watch.
Warner Bros. Domestic TV Distribution has named Clark Morehouse senior VP of advertiser sales as part of a restructuring and expansion of the company's New York media sales department.
Ronald D. Haver, film historian, author and film preservationist, died Tuesday in Los Angeles from complications of AIDS. He was 54.
FOR SOME PEOPLE, owning a toenail clipping that came from the foot of Elvis Presley simply isn't enough.
Toni Cook, long considered the favorite to be President Clinton's choice as the next chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, may not be a shoo-in for the job after all.
A New York law firm representing unsecured creditors of the New York Post is urging the FCC to grant Rupert Murdoch permission to regain control of the publication.
Stock market 3500.03 Many showbiz issues went along for the ride as the Dow Jones average jumped 55.64 points to break the 3500 barrier for the first time. Story, page 6.
The National Assn. of Recording Merchandisers has set Sept. 19-21 for its annual Retailers Conference and Oct. 15-19 for its Wholesalers Conference.
The Emmy award-winning NBC series "I'll Fly Away," grounded by the network, may finish its flight on PBS, according to industry sources.