The owners of the Hollywood Palladium filed a $ 50 million suit against the City of Los Angeles and the City Council yesterday in an attempt to lift its recently imposed curfew.
Jay Schwartz has joined entertainment public relations firm Freeman & Sutton, Saltzman & Associates as a partner, with the firm name changing to Sutton-Saltzman-Schwartz in light of the retirement…
Blackside Inc., the producers of the critically acclaimed "Eyes on the Prize" docu series about the civil rights movement, has filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court in Boston against the estate of…
"Gettysburg" producer Moctesuma Esparza warned yesterday against reverse discrimination in the film industry, during an era when opportunities for minority directors and producers are on the rise.
Blumenthal & Lynne, the New York law firm that represents New Line Cinema, Miramax and other independent motion picture producers, announced yesterday that its principals have formed a partnership…
The cable television industry took a beating yesterday while trying to persuade a federal court to strike down portions of the new cable law.
The Greenberg family is buying shares in its Astral Communications from the Bronfman clan's Hees Intl.
Fractious contract negotiations between Actors' Equity Assn. and the League of Resident Theaters concluded last weekend in a surprise, down-to-the-wire agreement.
David Bender has left as head of operations for Roseanne and Tom Arnold's Wapello County Prods. to seek a position with the Clinton administration.
The war is over between the Union of British Columbia Performers and the Alliance of Cinema, Television & Radio Artists.
Musicians Ricardo, Louis and Carlos Wilson have sued five rappers and their record companies for sampling four of their songs.