Live Entertainment faces a confirmation hearing in federal court March 17 for its pre-packaged plan of reorganization. The company seeks court approval of a debt-for-equity swap with its bondholders…
The historic Hollywood Palladium will close within three months, according to a management spokesman, because of a city-imposed curfew that the venue's owners claim is unworkable.
Larry Irving, chief counsel of the House Subcommittee on Telecommunications & Finance, has been named by President Clinton to become his chief telecommunications policy adviser. Irving will head the…
The B.O. smash "The Bodyguard" and mega-budget bomb "Christopher Columbus: The Discovery" led worst-movie nominees Monday for the (Un)Lucky 13th Annual Razzie Awards.
Confronting the dire financial condition of its health insurance fund, Actors Equity Assn. has quietly approved sweeping changes in its eligibility guidelines that will ultimately leave as many as…
Eileen Roddenberry has arrived where few others have gone before. Late last week, the former wife of "Star Trek"' creator Gene Roddenberry won her case against Norway, the company her late husband…
French theme park operator Euro Disney SCA said it expects to report a "substantial loss" for the year ending Sept. 30, despite an expected improvement in business during the second-half period.
For the second time in a row, the Teamsters Intl. made good on its president's vow that his drivers on sets around the country will no longer give producers a free ride.
Federal Communications Commission member James Quello said yesterday he has no "delusions of grandeur" over being named interim chairman of the agency, but he added that he hopes to accomplish…
Bexy Communications Inc. has sued agent Phil Gersh and the Gersh Agency Inc. for allegedly failing to reveal that the late actor Anthony Perkins had AIDS before signing an agreement to host a…
The Coca-Cola Co. yesterday unveiled new advertising for its flagship soft drink, including the first 24 commercials produced by Creative Artists Agency.