Hollywood's World Book & News, the largest newsstand in Southern California, offers an estimated 4,500 different magazine titles.
A member of the Screen Actors Guild has filed suit against the U.S. Secretary of Labor, charging that his rights were violated in SAG's 1991 elections.
Media Home Entertainment will complete its final round of layoffs on Dec. 18, when three veeps and six support staffers will be released.
Roy Disney's Shamrock Holdings of California Inc. pushed Blockbuster to top the New York Stock Exchange's most active list yesterday as 8.6 million shares traded hands.
Like a critically ill patient haggling with his doctor over a payment plan, Carolco Pictures snared an extension on its credit agreement with its bank for another 10 days.
In granting workers profit-sharing dividends totalling a record 144 million marks ($ 90.5 million) for the last fiscal year, German media giant Bertelsmann has reached the 1 billion mark goal it set…
Reshone Intl. Investment Group Ltd. said it intends to buy a controlling interest in Moscow's Gorky Studio.
The Screen Actors Guild has tentatively settled its contract dispute with the union representing approximately 85 SAG office workers.
Last Week…$ 138,800,000 1991…$ 117,600,000 1990…$ 118,800,000 Year to Date…$ 4,101,200,000 *1991…$ 4,120,000,000 1990…$ 4,311,200,000 * one week more
Repercussions from the passage of cable reregulation legislation, technological advances and the impact of a new administration in the White House will be key issues under discussion at the 25th…
Program suppliers and indie TV stations have asked federal appelate Judge Richard Posner to reconsider a decision not to recuse himself from a case involving the Federal Communications Commission's…