Michael Siegel, the former powerhouse boutique lit agency owner who merged his heady client list with Creative Artists Agency two years ago, will leave the percentery to form his own literary…
SFX Broadcasting Inc. Tuesday said it expects to report revenues of more than $50 million for the fourth quarter ended Dec. 31, 1996, compared with $21.5 million a year ago.
A.H. Belo Corp. named James Moroney president of its broadcast division's TV group.
Sydney Pollack took the stand Monday as the key witness in an unusual creative-rights case brought before the Danish Court here by the Danish Directors Guild.
Polls will close Wednesday in nomination balloting for the Screen Actors Guild Awards. A nominating committee of 4,200 randomly selected members of SAG is making its selections.
Jack Shea will fill out Sheldon Leonard's term as secretary-treasurer of the Directors Guild of America. Shea, who had been third vice president of the guild, was selected to fill the post at a DGA…
For a brief shining moment this inaugural weekend, government officials and industry lobbyists rubbed shoulders with entertainment industry titans and Hollywood sirens.
Graham Wallace has been appointed chief executive of Cable & Wireless Communications, the new British cable and telecom giant.
Official secured bondholders of Marvel Entertainment Group Inc. filed a motion Friday in federal bankruptcy court to block to Marvel's debtors-in-possession motion to obtain secured credit, use cash…
After a lull of several months, speculation that Gaylord Entertainment Co. was about to be acquired sent the company's stock price up 10% last week.