Efforts to obtain documents pertaining to Jeff Sagansky's move from TriStar to CBS were derailed late Monday in writer/producer Philip DeGuere's ongoing suit against CBS, Columbia Pictures and the…
Sony Corp. has signed a deal in Tokyo to develop a CD-ROM player with Nintendo Co. Ltd.
Walt Disney Co.'s TV unit and the corporation's promotional partner, Burger King Corp., have teamed up in a promotion around Disney's "Goof Troop" TV show.
Steve Fargnoli, former manager of Prince, yesterday announced plans to open a Los Angeles office for his U.K.-based PURE management.
CBS Inc. announced better-than-expected earnings for the third quarter, reflecting not only the absence of last year's losses on sports programming, but the combined effect of a stronger prime time…
A Kansas congressman who voted for cable reregulation is now the target of a series of harsh editorials being aired by a Wichita cable operator urging voters to toss out the lawmaker.
Walt Disney Co. chief exec Michael Eisner said the company might renegotiate certain portions of its agreement with its 49%-owned Euro Disney SCA, the theme park/resort complex outside Paris. At…
Westwood One Inc. posted a net loss for its third quarter ending Sept. 30 of $ 7.74 million (52 cents per share), compared to a loss of $ 2.2 million (15 cents) for the same period last year.
In the Oct. 12 story about Blue Rider Prods., the screenwriter of the 1988 release "Night of the Demons" was incorrectly identified. Joe Augustyn penned the screenplay and produced the pic. Norris…
Three independent television companies and the news agency Reuters Ltd. announced yesterday a takeover bid for troubled Independent Television News Ltd. Carlton Communications PLC, London Weekend…
NSB Corp., the former Hemdale Film Corp., has been given yet another brief extension on its payout to angry creditors. NSB was supposed to either pay off creditors or convert the involuntary Chapter…