General Motors said yesterday it would allow its TV spots to air during NBC News programming, seemingly satisfied with the network's apology and response to charges the web rigged tests to…
"The X-Men" continue to mark the ratings spot for the Fox Children's Network, lifting the affiliate venture to a solid Saturday-morning win among the key children's demographic on Feb. 6.
Independent producer/distributor New Line Cinema yesterday reported mixed results for the fourth quarter and year ended Dec. 31, 1992.
Republic Pictures has appointed Blockbuster chairman H. Wayne Huizenga and vice chairman Steven Berrard to its board of directors and plans to revamp its stock structure.
THE LOCATION BUSINESS is going high-tech. At least, that's what theatrical and commercial casting company Breakdown Services Ltd. thinks.
Random House disclosed yesterday that it will shutter its Turtle Bay Books division after the spring season. The surprise move was precipitated by a spreading pool of red ink at the 2-year-old…
As expected, Rick Moranis has signed to play Barney Rubble in the live-action film version of "The Flintstones," studio sources confirmed yesterday.
The Corp. for Public Broadcasting announced a management shakeup yesterday, with newcomers Carolynn Reid-Wallace joining the org as senior veep for education and Thomas Harvey taking the reins as…
The Coca-Cola Co. yesterday unveiled new advertising for its flagship soft drink, including the first 24 commercials produced by Creative Artists Agency.
Edith Wharton, who died in 1937, is one of the hottest writers in Hollywood. On Tuesday, 20th Century Fox closed a deal to take her long-unavailable "The Buccaneers" off the market for Lynda Obst to…