Topics of diversity and universality are hot in L.A.'s clubland. With Southern California's melting-pot demographics, clubs can prosper by appealing to several ethnic groups.
HOUSE OF BLUES, 8430 Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood. Diversity is embraced in every way at this large-scale Sunset Strip venue, reflected in art, food and talent booked. The club might announce…
Canada's biggest broadcasting company, CanWest Global Communications Corp. of Winnipeg, has reported sharply higher third-quarter revenue and profit, with its operations in Canada, Australia and New…
As villains go, Maureen Lesourd --- prexy and G.M. of ABC-owned Los Angeles radio stations KABC, KTZN and KLOS-FM --- is a somewhat unlikely one. She's dabbled in advertising and in affiliate…
A summer camp for top execs put together by investment banker Herbert J. Allen found some bitter media enemies and arch-rivals rubbing elbows, cordially for once: The guest list of a private dinner…
The Big Three networks were given final approval Friday from the FCC to preempt, on a limited basis, educational children's television programming for live sports events.
The House Thursday narrowly backed a Republican effort to abolish the National Endowment for the Arts, branded by conservatives as an elite group that bankrolls immoral art.
Gallic pubcaster France 2 has announced a loss of 200 million francs ($34 million) for 1996, following a $10 million profit for the previous year.
Entertainment giant Walt Disney has opened an office in South Africa's port city of Cape Town to represent the corporation on the African continent, a company official said.
Ticketmaster has pacted with CIE Intl., a South American venue management firm, to develop automated ticketing in Central and South America. Ticketmaster will manage and control the venture with a…