Rolf Deyhle and Bodo Scriba, partners in the Hamburg-based major Scriba & Deyhle, have split up. Deyhle is now teamed with longtime associate Willi Bar in a new company, Deyhle/Bar Media Holding…
Broadcast Communications, one of the United Kingdom's major independent TV production groups, has appointed Primetime/RPTA to handle its international program sales.
Advocates and opponents of Fox's proposed expansion of its headquarters faced off in a long and lively meeting as the battle over the studio's future entered its public hearing phase yesterday.
Actors received $ 188.3 million in residual payments for film and television work in 1992, pushing the total for the last five years over the $ 1 billion mark, and $ 2 billion for the last 40 years…
Union merger will be the pressing issue for 1993, according to Barry Gordon, president of the Screen Actors Guild.
Rating agency Standard & Poor's Corp. said Friday it assigned its BBB- rating to Time Warner $ 1 billion of 20-year note issue.
New York investment bank S.G. Warburg & Co. downgraded its rating of Paramount Communications shares to "reduce" from "hold" Friday, and recommended that investors switch out of the stock into shares…
From the politics-makes-strange-bedfellows department comes the tale of Haley Barbour, a D.C. lobbyist and Mississippi Republican now in the running for chairman of the GOP National Committee.
Although it's one of the largest displays of new gadgets in the world, the Consumer Electronics Show was missing the technological breakthrough of past years. But that doesn't mean it wasn't fun.
The Arab world's largest arms manufacturer is testing the waters of satellite-dish production as a way to diversify in an increasingly depressed international market for heavy weaponry.
Canada's oldest distribution company, France Film, has struck a homevideo and television deal with Astral Film Enterprises to expand into English-speaking Canada from its base in Quebec.