Cable operator Time Warner Inc. continued to press forward into a new service arena Wednesday, announcing plans to build a fiber optic network in San Diego and ask California regulators for…
The Walt Disney Co.'s plans to build a new $ 2.75 billion resort and theme park near Disneyland won the unanimous approval of the City Council on Tuesday.
Paramount expects "The Firm" to be a huge hit and is trying to keep a firm hold on its star, Tom Cruise. Dish hears exex have been scouring their properties to find a killer, franchise-type project…
Activision Inc., a computer software game company, has hired a Hollywood executive to develop projects. The L.A.-based software-maker has brought aboard Alan Gershenfeld, 33, a production executive…
The March of Dimes will present the Entertainment Industry Salute to Imagine Films co-founders Ron Howard and Brian Grazer Dec. 11 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, it was announced by Beverly Sills…
Martin Scorsese will receive Lifetime Achievement honors at the next Independent Feature Project Gotham Awards, to be handed out Sept. 28 at Roseland in Manhattan.
Warner Bros. and Time Inc. Wednesday unveiled their long-awaited six-day-a-week fall 1994 co-venture newsmag project, dubbed "Entertainment News Television."
Canada's leading entertainment lawfirm, Heenan Blaikie, has opened a Beverly Hills office to cash in on co-production possibilities and guide American investors in exploiting Canada's federal…
Ed Bradley's salary About $ 2 million The "60 Minutes" co-editor will be staying with CBS News via a new contract rumored to be running through mid-1997. Story, page 8.
A quadriplegic who wanted to skydive has sued CBS and the producers of the series "Best Wishes" for injuries he suffered when they granted his wish.
Indie TV producer Wall to Wall Television has entered a two-year co-development deal with Itel, the London-based international distribution company jointly owned by Home Box Office and Anglia TV.