Despite persistent rumors that several production companies are on the verge of bankruptcy, the Italian film industry seems to be relatively stable. One indication: Eight Italian film producers have…
Rachelle Chong, a communications attorney from San Francisco, has emerged as the odds-on favorite to become President Clinton's pick to fill the vacant Republican seat on the Federal Communications…
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has announced that the deadline to file an Official Screen Credits form with the Academy is Dec. 1, 1993. This form is required in order to include a…
Grundy Intl. Distribution, the program sales arm of Grundy Worldwide, has sold one of its TV series to China for the first time -- the police drama series "Bellamy" to regional broadcaster Shanghai…
The big news last weekend was NBC's national rating for its college football No. 1 showdown Saturday between Notre Dame and Florida State, which crossed the goal with a 16.0 rating/39 share, the…
Again rallying around the network, Fox Broadcasting Co.'s affiliate association board has written Fox stations urging them not to support rival studio-backed networks that could "dilute" the Fox…
British terrestrial television broadcasters are bracing themselves for a roller-coaster stock market when broadcasting minister Peter Brooke announces his plans for media ownership rules.
As the interactive superhighway gets paved, TV programming margins may get squeezed, but opportunities will abound, panelists said at a seminar Wednesday.
In what legal pundits are calling a mass exodus, high-profile Hollywood attorneys Alan Schwartz and Jay Cooper reportedly are defecting with as many as 20 lawyers from Cooper, Epstein & Hewitt to the…
The Los Angeles district attorney wants to interview singer Michael Jackson and has told the singer's attorneys that investigators will go "anywhere, anytime" to speak with the pop star.