A founder of a prison gang has sued actor Edward James Olmos and producers of the film "American Me" for allegedly using his life story without permission.
Rep. Barney Frank (D- Mass.) introduced legislation Tuesday that would require labeling of materially altered films.
It's been five years since the city of Los Angeles instituted a plan to raise $ 25 million to be allocated in increments to the arts community.
Ending more than a 10-year relationship, Bettye McCartt has parted company with her former Metropolitan Talent Agency associate Chris Barrett and joined the Artists Agency.
Blockbuster Entertainment Corp. Tuesday announced record first-quarter earnings results. For the three months ended March 31, 1993, net income increased 53% to $ 39.2 million or 20 cents per share…
As of Friday, New York sheriffs can physically seize the assets of Manley Prods. if the company doesn't pay the $ 343,000-plus it owes bankrupt Baio-Brascia-Venokur Prods. for "Hard Rock Nightmare,"…
Winterland Prods. has promoted Rick Fish to senior VP of live entertainment.
Broadcasters may seek special tax incentives from Congress to offset the high cost of converting to digital program delivery systems. That was the word Tuesday from Art Angstreitch, a VP of tax…
The death of Sen. Strom Thurmond's daughter last week at the hands of a drunken driver may spur Congressional efforts to require health warnings on beer and wine advertisements, broadcasters were…
Fairness Doctrine legislation is likely to be passed and signed into law by President Clinton, congressional staffers told broadcasters at the NAB convention Monday.
Interim FCC chairman James Quello Monday urged the Clinton administration and Congress to keep out of the battle over financial interest and syndication rules.