Twentieth Century Fox expects its long-planned, much-revised $ 200 million Century City expansion plan to be greenlighted by City Council today.
Spain's largest media conglomerate, PRISA, has just reported net profits of $ 41.7 million for 1992, a 28% increase over 1991 figures.
Rep. Ed Markey (D-Mass.) will hold another hearing Friday on the subject of TV violence.
Add Nathan "Mac" Norton to the growing list of potential FCC chairman candidates. D.C. sources this week are mentioning Norton, 43, for the top job regulating the airwaves.
Paramount Communications said Prentice Hall, a division of its Paramount Publishing unit, and Macromedia, an independent supplier of multimedia software products, plan to create multimedia-based…
Citing a desire to resume his career as a writer, Del Reisman said Monday he will not run for a second term as president of the Writers Guild of America West.
The Writers Guild of America has recently published a guidelines booklet as to what industry practice should be in the hiring of writers for feature films and longform television.
Gene Reynolds, whom the Directors Guild of America recognized this year for outstanding service to the union, was elected president of the DGA Saturday.
Reginald and Warrington Hudlin, the writing/directing/producing brothers who created the hit "House Party," have ankled the William Morris Agency and moved over to ICM.
A dubbers' strike threatens to leave Spanish television fans lost for words. About 1,100 dubbers in Madrid and Barcelona have been on strike since May 24 for a uniform national pay scale.