After four years on the front lines, National Endowment for the Arts chairman Jane Alexander is stepping down from her post as the Clinton administration's leading culture warrior.
Warner Bros. has tapped retail marketer Peter Dickson to serve as managing director for its Studio Stores U.K. unit, where he'll oversee operations of existing stores and creation of new shops in the…
The Black American Cinema Society (BACS) will celebrate its 15th anniversary with a weekend of activities that begins Friday and includes the bestowal of several awards honoring African-American…
The Moscow tete-a-tete last month between Vice President Al Gore and Russian Prime Minister Viktor Chernomyrdin could lead to the break U.S. copyright advocates have been waiting for.
A new London-based film sales company, North and South Film, has been launched as a joint venture between Victor Film Co., Brazilian distrib Lumiere-EBA and Tristan Whalley's Goalpost Film.
Dutch-based Holland Media Group (HMG) has tapped Dutch Broadcasting Company (NOB) director Pieter Porsius to head its executive board following the departure under duress of former chairman Huib…
The chief technical officer and two executive vice presidents of US West's Media One, the third largest cable operator in the U.S., have joined with 16 other of the company's executives and agreed to…
MTV and Planet Hollywood are reportedly set to partner in a multi-million dollar entertainment complex in London's Soho district.
The Supreme Court on Monday refused to block a copyright infringement trial involving KCAL-TV concerning the station's showing of a videotape of truck driver Reginald Denny's beating during the 1992…
A jury came back with a partial not guilty verdict Monday afternoon in Peter Hoffman's criminal trial on tax evasion charges. The jury rejected the government's case on the two counts relating to…