The American Civil Liberties Union yesterday filed suit to block new Federal Communications Commission rules limiting the availability of "indecent" programming on cable-leased access channels.
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Mitch Horwits will join Spelling Entertainment as senior VP, acquisitions and co-productions, responsible for acquiring TV and theatrical product as well as expanding the company's role in TV…
The owner of the Hollywood Palladium is seeking a court order stopping the City of Los Angeles from imposing conditions on the use of the concert hall that it claims will drive it out of business.
Reps of the American Film Market said the record number of foreign sales companies attending the event, which begins Thursday, is partly due to AFMA's loosening its rules. Starting this year, various…
A"grand alliance" among those left standing in the race to become the standard for U.S. high definition TV transmission is being urged by the head of the Federal Communications Commission's HDTV…
NOTE: This table may be divided and additional information on a particular entry may appear on more than one screen DAILY VARIETY FILM BOX OFFICE REPORT FOR THE WEEKEND OF FEB…
Contemporary jazz label GRP Records has formed a new subsidiary label, MCA/GRP Records, dedicated to pop, adult contemporary and urban artists.
Gov. Pete Wilson has endorsed a plan for the California Arts Council to create its own arts fund in order to receive state, federal and private money and ultimately begin the process of weaning the…
"Aladdin" and "The Muppet Christmas Carol" tied for best picture of the year at the 16th International Angel Awards.
NBC dominated the first round of this year's television award nominations from the Directors Guild of America, capturing six of the nine nods for directorial achievement, while CBS took the remaining…