The board of directors of the American Film Marketing Assn. yesterday gave a vote of confidence to association president Jonas Rosenfield and executive veepee and American Film Market director Tim…
Capital Cities/ABC shares continued their upward spike yesterday, zooming another 20 points to a high of $ 499, with trading delayed at the New York Stock Exchange yesterday morning.
Time Warner is looking for ways to convert the $ 3 billion of non-earning assets it now carries on its books into significant cash contributors to its bottom line.
Six insiders at Spelling Entertainment Group Inc. bought shares of the television production company last month, according to insider filings with the Securities & Exchange Commission.
Carmike Cinemas Inc. has filed an application to list its common stock on the New York Stock Exchange.
ANIMATIN' ANNIE: Jim Kristoff, president of L.A. special effects firm Metrolight Studios, is out raising money to boost the company's MetroCell animation division. Its Annie software package, he…
Granada TV has announced plans to cut 200 to 250 jobs from its total work force of 1,300 as part of a "major development plan" to prepare the ITV company for the U.K.'s new commercial TV regime…
Initial consumer interest in the Philips' digital compact cassette and Sony's Minidisc appears low for both hardware and software, according to local retailers, and some chains aren't even carrying…
The lottery to take control of the Max Factor Museum ended yesterday when officials from Procter & Gamble, which owns the building, announced it will sell the building to a consortium of real estate…
The name of actor Michael Monks was misspelled in yesterday's review of the USA World Premiere Movie "Illicit Behavior."
High-powered attorney Melanie Cook, whose clients include Tim Burton and Tom Stoppard, will now have her name on the door of the prominent Beverly Hills entertainment law firm Bloom, Dekom and…