The Broadway revival of "Once Upon a Mattress" has become the second production to post a closing notice in the wake of the Tony Award nominations.
Director Stuart Baird, getting set to start shooting "U.S. Marshals" for Warner Bros., is attached to develop "Vertical Limit" for Phoenix Pictures.
Women in Film is calling for nominations for the second annual Kodak Vision Award, to be presented to a female cinematographer with exceptional achievements in feature or documentary filmmaking.
All American Communications Inc. enjoyed a big first quarter of the year, posting a 41% revenue increase over a year ago to $67.6 million. Its 1996 count for the same period was $48.1 million.
A day after News Corp. chairman Rupert Murdoch confirmed at a Tokyo news conference that he was trying to buy the Los Angeles Dodgers, sources said both sides seem happy with the terms on the table…
U.K. cable music channel the Box is upping the stakes in its ratings battle with MTV, undertaking a three-staged entry into satellite television.
Yoni Cohen is said to have resigned as Polygram Filmed Entertainment's vice president of television and broadcasting after less than a year in the job.
Sony Pictures Entertainment has acquired North and South American rights to "Spice --- The Movie," the upcoming pic starring British pop sensation the Spice Girls.
Finally starting to make progress with skeptical Southern California cable operators in its efforts at distribution, the regional sportsnet Fox Sports West 2 more than doubled its penetration…
In an attempt to win credibility for its newscasts, Televisa has tapped former senator Miguel Aleman Velasco as president of its news division.
FCC Chairman Reed Hundt laid out for the first time this week a series of proposals for limiting hard alcohol advertising on television.
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