Arthur Kent, former NBC news foreign correspondent nicknamed the "Scud Stud" for his reporting during the Persian Gulf War, launched a $ 25 million missile yesterday aimed at NBC and the offices of…
Bluesman Bo Diddley has sued the estate and widow of his late manager, alleging misappropriation of funds.
Joining other cable services, USA Network yesterday filed papers to join Turner Broadcasting Co.'s lawsuit challenging the must-carry and retransmission aspects of cable reregulation legislation.
French pay-TV giant Canal Plus reported an 11.9% gain in consolidated revenue for the first nine months of the year versus the same period last year.
Overseas Filmgroup Inc. announced a restructuring of personnel and an agreement to serve as Taurus Entertainment's international sales agent. Among the shifts and appointments under its…
Florio Fiorini, Giancarlo Parretti's MGM-takeover partner, will be held in a Geneva jail until January, Swiss authorities have decided, while officials comb through Sasea--his holding…
Saying that repeated reports about discrimination in Hollywood have done little to change the industry's hiring or promoting practices, the Beverly Hills/Hollywood Chapter of the NAACP Wednesday…
General Instruments Corp. posted a net incomes of $ 2.3 million (4 cents a share) for the third quarter ended Sept. 30. For the same period last year, the satellite equipment-maker posted a $ 11.8…
Between 300 and 400 union people mobbed the street outside of the CBS Studio in Studio City yesterday, cheering union leaders who gathered to send a message to Hollywood's producers and studio…
The Motion Picture Sound Editors announced officers elected to serve two-year terms.
The Writers Guild of America West has entered into arbitration proceedings against KCBS over allegations the O&O circumvented a contract covering news writers--a claim denied by the station.