American Playhouse, with some financial help from Samuel Goldwyn Co., formed Playhouse Pictures Inc., an independent producer of arthouse fare with enough money to shield it from some of the…
Tele-Communications Inc. announced Tuesday that it will launch a 124-channel cable test this month in Mt. Pleasant, a Chicago suburb.
Bertelsmann Music Group has entered into a long-term distribution agreement to market, sell and distribute interactive entertainment fare produced by Crystal Dynamics, a Palo Alto software company…
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Ted Turner's bid to create a second West Coast feed of superstation WTBS is meeting fierce resistance from network and independent TV stations.
The Directors Guild of America, in conjunction with UCLA, will gather a panel of leading Latino filmmakers tonight to talk about industry opportunities in TV and film.
A two-for-one Shakespeare and the West Coast preem of A.R. Gurney's "Later Life" are among the five plays announced for Old Globe Theater's Summer Festival '94. One slot remains unfilled, pending…
Eleven more men filed suit Tuesday against "The Arsenio Hall Show" and one of its former writers, claiming they were sexually battered during an audition for the gabshow.
"Live With Regis & Kathie Lee" leaped ahead of "Donahue" and "Sally Jessy Raphael" to turn in the second-best performance among syndicated talkshows during the February sweeps, according to a…
Can't we all just get along? That seemed to be the plea of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and ABC in taking the statesmanlike step of amending their exclusive broadcast deal to allow CBS…
The largest pirate video lab to be found in New York State was shut down by law enforcement authorities Tuesday. They seized approximately 4,000 unauthorized copies of many of the major studios' top…
A million dollars ain't what it used to be. That is, unless you're an artiste who works for scale or one of those below-the-line heroes so movingly acknowledged this year at the Oscars.