The National Assn. of Broadcasters is urging the Senate to turn thumbs down on legislation that would establish performers' rights for digital sound recordings.
President Clinton on Saturday nominated actress Jane Alexander to be chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts.
Congress' crusade against TV violence has suddenly turned into a Holy War.
As Sony Studios fell under siege Thursday to dozens of reporters searching for links to Hollywood prostitution rings, Columbia Pictures execs geared up for a weekend Santa Barbara retreat where…
The Senate Commerce Committee this week formally received the White House nomination of Reed Hundt to serve as chairman of the Federal Communications Commission.
The expected nomination of Jane Alexander today or Saturday as chair of the National Endowment for the Arts will come too late to make any difference in the agency's 1993 budgetary or reauthorization…
The combined Reed Elsevier publishing and information group performed strongly in the half year to June 30, according to interim results released Thursday.
An Eastman Kodak news release saying the giant photographic, chemicals and health products giant would make a significant announcement this morning set off a round of guessing and speculation…
A Senate committee Wednesday expressed outrage over allegations that Internal Revenue Service employees have been snooping through the computerized tax returns of friends, relatives and celebrities.
The Hollywood Madam saga took another sordid swipe at the film industry Wednesday as police arrested producer/director Ivan Nagy on charges of running his own call-girl ring for clients in the biz.
Blockbuster Entertainment Co. has come under fire over its commanding stake in Spelling Entertainment. The Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based video-rental and music chain was hit by a suit from minority…