Reginald and Warrington Hudlin, the writing/directing/producing brothers who created the hit "House Party," have ankled the William Morris Agency and moved over to ICM.
Broadcasters were hit with a double whammy Thursday when the Senate passed a bill requiring deep discounts in ad rates charged for political commercials and attached a measure that reinstates the…
Interim FCC chairman James Quello told Congress Thursday his agency will try to begin carrying out cable rate regulation prior to Oct. 1, but only if Congress provides money to handle the job.
Latest name to emerge in the race to fill the vacant FCC chairman's slot is Bernice K. McIntyre, a former head of the Massachusetts Dept. of Public Utilities.
Interim FCC chairman James Quello said Thursday Congress should give his agency authority to regulate TV violence if the entertainment industry doesn't clean up its act on its own.
Radio broadcasters won't be seeing a dramatic surge in values, despite Infinity's whopping $ 110 million purchase of a second L.A. station earlier this week.
A 2,952,800-share block of Home Shopping Network stock, representing 3.4% of the company's outstanding shares, was bought and sold at $ 10. HSN did not know who was behind the transaction.
Steve Lovett, a former personal manager at the Beth Cannon Co., is going solo with his newly formed Lovett Management Co.
Prosecutors said Thursday they will not file sexual assault charges against actor Mario Lopez, who appears in the NBC-TV teen comedy "Saved by the Bell," because of a lack of evidence.
The owners of the "Dr. Seuss" and "Calvin and Hobbes" characters have won nearly $ 1.5 million for copyright and trademark infringements from a suit against a Los Angeles-based T-shirt maker.
Parties to the never-ending fin-syn fight locked horns again Thursday by asking the FCC to reconsider a decision setting in motion plans to eliminate the longstanding rules.