An Army private who went absent without leave after returning from the Persian Gulf War received 30 years to life in prison Monday in the robbery-murder of Los Angeles TV news engineer Jeff Webreck.
Jury selection gets under way today in a trial that many in Hollywood will be watching closely, as Main Line Pictures attempts to prove that Kim Basinger and ICM breached an alleged 1991 verbal…
Results posted last week by French media giant Havas underline the seriousness of the economic recession in Europe. Havas, with stakes in Canal Plus, broadcaster CLT and a host of leading advertising…
The legal lashings that former MGM boss Kirk Kerkorian and the Hollywood studio's owner Credit Lyonnais are exchanging in the courtroom may be an open-air circus. Less publicized is the litigants'…
President Bill Clinton's economic plan contains bad news for Hollywood and broadcasters: the new investment tax credit proposal will not apply to motion pictures, while broadcasters are facing the…
Writers saw residuals earnings increase 4.7% during 1992, marking a slow growth year due to a sluggish fourth quarter and the resumption of first-run syndication programming on television that has…
Racism is still rampant within Hollywood, especially when it comes to hiring minorities for key executive posts, according to a SAG-AFTRA panel sesh, but there are indications that some studio chiefs…
Some two dozen current and former Universal Studios Hollywood employees said they've witnessed or suffered sexual harassment at the tourist attraction, the L.A. Times reported yesterday.
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co.'s MCA Inc. said Frank P. Stanek was named president of its MCA Enterprises Intl. unit, succeeding J. Anthony Young.
Hollywood's bid to have the full 11-judge federal appeals court in Chicago review the fin-syn case has been denied.
The Federal Communications Commission has asked a federal court to return a Fairness Doctrine case to the FCC, where presumably the commission could vote to reimpose the regulation that forces…