The U.K.'s annual cinema admissions are on course to reach 180 million by the year 2000, according to a report from exhibition analyst Dodona Research.
Richard Licata, senior vice president of publicity and public relations of Fox Broadcasting Co., has been named chairman of the Television Publicity Executive Committee. NBC VP of entertainment press…
Danger, Will Robinson: Gary Oldman is in final talks to star as the persnickety Dr. Smith in the film version of the hit 1960s TV skein "Lost in Space" for New Line Cinema, the studio confirmed…
Artear, Argentina's second largest broadcaster, is setting up a Miami-based distribbery to handle growing export sales.
Highlighting Wall Street's lack of faith in entertainment, investors have sold down stock in Viacom Inc. over the past week on signs that the company's Blockbuster video chain had a disappointing…
After three years of slow decline, the Monte Carlo TV festival and market (Monte Carlo Feb. 7-13) appears to have stopped the rot.
Solid performances from rookies "The Naked Truth" and "Chicago Sons" teamed with Sunday's "Golden Globes" to boost NBC to a big win in Jan. 13-19 primetime Nielsens.
The Federal Communications Commission received two separate bomb threats shortly after noon Tuesday, forcing hundreds of agency employees into Washington's chilly afternoon weather.
NBC has ordered two additional episodes of the Universal Television freshman comedy "Something So Right," which airs in the Tuesday 8:30-9 p.m. slot.
Canada's music industry has created a new award, prompted by the international success of Celine Dion, Alanis Morissette and Shania Twain.
Former Island Records prexy Johnny Barbis has been tapped to helm A&M Associated labels, a newly formed outfit designed to handle sales, marketing and promotion for the Polydor and Rocket labels.
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