The on-again, off-again proposal to consider revising the prime time access rule may be off again. Though it's not official, Federal Communications Commission sources said chairman Al Sikes -- who…
The call for A-quality product at last year's Cannes Film Festival didn't fall on deaf ears in the independent film community. This year, New Line and Miramax stepped up the quality of their pix, and…
Next month's annual meeting for Walt Disney Co. will be in its usual good humor, laden with a touch of Magic Kingdom spirit.
The Eddie Murphy starrer "Beverly Hills Cop III," its budget spiralling over the $ 60 million mark, was postponed yesterday for at least eight weeks.
The film industry valiantly rode out the recession in 1992, managing to stay in the saddle despite occasional upsets, and posting its third-best year. Some big bucks came from sequels "Home Alone 2"…
President Bush has appointed David P. Prosperi, his former deputy press secretary, to the Corp. for Public Broadcasting's board of directors.
Granite Broadcasting Corp. said it has completed its offer to exchange its publicly registered 12.75% senior subordinated debentures due Sept. 1, 2002.
Spanish-language KLAX-FM (formerly KSKQ) made history yesterday by becoming the first Hispanic radio station in Los Angeles to earn the top spot in the Arbitron rankings.
Golf pro Peter Jacobson has joined ABC Sports' golf announcing team, where he will serve as an analyst for the network's golf coverage.
Gold and platinum album certifications were down slightly in 1992, but multiplatinum album awards were up, according to the year-end sales tally released yesterday by the Recording Industry Assn. of…
Universal Pictures' "Heart and Souls," an ensemble fantasy comedy toplined by Robert Downey Jr. ("Chaplin") and directed by Ron Underwood, has begun lensing in Los Angeles.