A federal court here yesterday postponed oral arguments set for Dec. 7 on cable industry challenges to the new reregulation law.
A suburban D.C. jury has convicted Phill Lewis, star of the short-lived sitcom "Teech," of vehicular manslaughter in connection with the death of a woman last December.
Members of the Motion Picture Assn. of America have registered a protest at the White House following a published report that U.S. negotiators might jettison the audiovisual sector in world trade…
A multimillion-dollar suit filed by the California State Attorney General's office against an Orange County commercial fund-raiser has netted some unwitting entertainment people in the process.
Disney reported record revenues for fiscal 1992 (Daily Variety, Nov. 20); its record net income, $ 824 million, was recorded in 1990. The director of the Witt-Thomas Films project "Man-Plus" was…
Though the weather is turning colder here, a warming trend blew in from the West Coast last week: The town will avoid another prolonged labor crisis with the studios.
A TV production trade group has joined the chorus of demands for a judge to be removed from the fin-syn case in Chicago.
Spelling Entertainment Group Inc. has repurchased 470,000 common shares under a buy-back program begun in 1987. The company has 24.7 million common shares outstanding after the buy-back.
Reeves Entertainment Group is leaving Burbank for the Westside. Sources at the television company confirmed that Reeves' 70-person staff will move from its offices on West Olive in Burbank for new…
American Film Marketing Assn. directors approved the general strategy of a proposed reorganization of the group yesterday, as its top exec lauded a strong early signup for the spring indie market.
A divided Federal Communications Commission is expected to recommend that a Chicago federal appeals court judge disqualify himself from the fight over financial interest and syndication rules.