ABC confirmed late yesterday that "Dinosaurs" would be returning to the network in the fall. No time slot has yet to be set for the Disney TV comedy, which aired on Fridays at 9 p.m. for the majority…
KCAL-TV has offered Warner Bros. some good news and bad news.
Longtime publicity executive Bruce R. Feldman has been crowned Universal Pictures' senior VP of marketing/national publicity.
In the race to bring interactive TV to consumers, yet another blue-chip team has formed to build an intelligent set-top box.
Joe Sirola in from Gotham. Meredith MacRae back from Raleigh, N.C. Eric Gardner to Tokyo. Lance LeGault to Chi.
Daily Variety won the trophy for most improved trade publication Friday night at the 36th annual Maggie Awards Banquet, sponsored by the Western Publications Assn.
Hewlett-Packard Co., the nation's second-largest computer maker, wants a slice of the interactive TV market.
After a three-year arranged marriage by Touchstone prexy David Hoberman, Disney-based producers Wendy Dozoretz and Ellen Collett have decided to get a divorce where all future projects are concerned.
One of the Arab world's most listened-to radio stations, Cairo's Mahatta el Koran el Karim (Holy Koran Station), has been told to cut out inflammatory religious commentary.
Principal photography has begun on MGM's "That's Entertainment! III," a mix of musical highlights from the studio's glory days films, along with remembrances from some of its biggest stars.
LucasArts Games has been rechristened LucasArts Entertainment Co. The new unit will consist of both entertainment and educational consumer software.